Groupe Gorge (GOE) The Newest 3D Printing Stock

Paris based Groupe Gorge (ticker GOE on the NYSE Euronext) will debut as a new 3D printing company at the EuroMold 2013 Conference in Frankfurt next week (Dec. 3-6).

The company represents exceptional value with fundamentals I’ve never seen in a 3D printing stock until now.

Groupe Gorge Overview

Outstanding Shares: 12.7M

Market Cap: 125M euros (approximately $170M USD) as of close 11/28/13

Trades on the NYSE Euronext

Update 12/10/13: Shares of Groupe Gorge are now trading in the U.S. during regular market hours under ticker GGRGF on the pink sheet quotation system.

ISIN FR0000062671

Link to GOE page on NYSE Euronext (company overview, fundamentals, key executives)

Groupe George 3D Printing

Groupe Gorge has engineering expertise in a variety of fields including development of flight and naval simulators, robotics, command and control systems, nuclear and fire safety systems among others (see Groupe Gorge web site).

Earnings estimates from core engineering operations for 2013 average 0.455 euros/share, approximately $ 0.62/share US. (currency converter)

Groupe George 3D Printing

Now Entering 3D Printing

In May of this year, Groupe Gorge acquired privately held 3D printing company Phidias Technologies. Phidias was started by Andre-Luc Allanic, a chief scientist from 3D Systems (DDD) and the company sold 17 machines over a three year period with Germany being their largest customer. Following the acquisition of Phidias Technologies by Groupe Gorge, the name was changed to Prodways.

Prodways machines utilize a newly-patented (with patent pending in US) technology that combines UVA LED and moving DLP .

Here is the new Prodways web site.

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Prodways founder Andre-Luc Allanic Ph.D. on the technology