Xometry announced a new cloud feature for their manufacturing service.
Xometry released a survey with a rather incredible finding about offshoring.
Xometry recently released the results of a survey conducted in collaboration with Forbes to gain insights into current manufacturing trends.
Xometry announced several interesting new features at their recent summit event.
Wikifactory announced a new collaborative manufacturing marketplace to complement their existing services.
Howard University announced a partnership with Xometry to provide over US$900K in scholarships for mechanical engineers.
Xometry and Markforged have both officially gone public, and FATHOM has announced its intent to join them, upping additive manufacturing on the stock market.
As Xometry moves toward IPO, the company has updated its SEC filings with share pricing.
It’s IPO news today for Xometry as the on-demand manufacturing company prepares to trade on Nasdaq under “XMTR.”
Xometry has provided a plug-in for direct integration with Autodesk Fusion 360.
Stratasys and Xometry announced an unusual agreement to collaborate on 3D print services.
One of the most-touted benefits of digital manufacturing is the ability to enhance sustainability efforts; a leading on-demand manufacturing company is upping its efforts to offset customers’ carbon footprint.
Xometry has announced a massive new equity funding round, bringing in another $75 million.
On-demand manufacturing platform Xometry is expanding its 3D printing offerings, bringing on ExOne metal binder jetting capabilities.
These are troubled times. The 3D printing industry is banding together to stand strong on the right side of history.
Recently I spoke with Xometry’s Aaron Lichtig to find out how the 3D printing manufacturing network is faring during the crisis.
New video series launches are keeping conversations going in the 3D printing industry.
Xometry performed an unusual test of many 3D prints using different materials and processes. The results were surprising.
Xometry’s Greg Paulsen examines recent trends in additive manufacturing, and we provide some additional thoughts.
US-based manufacturing network Xometry is using their recent investment round money to fund a huge expansion into Europe.
Ranjani Ravikumar works as a Supplier Quality Engineer at Xometry.
On-demand manufacturing platform Xometry now offers Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis 3D printing technology.
3D printing is part of a growing on-demand manufacturing ecosystem that is in turn set to become part of the even larger eCommerce industry as Xometry and Alibaba.com announce a partnership.
Xometry has announced an additional investment into its Series D funding, bringing the total for the round to a cool $55M.
Need to select a 3D printing process for an additive manufacturing project? These videos explain the major differences between SLS, FDM, SLA, MJF and more.
Xometry has announced $50 million in equity funding.
Finding other people to do your grunt work for you just got a heck of a lot easier.
Last we reported, Xometry was up to $23M in two rounds of funding.
I’m giggling over Xometry’s April Fool’s joke, but then had a thought.
There seems to be a pattern emerging in the world of manufacturing services, at least from a 3D printing point of view.
Xometry, an advanced manufacturing/prototyping software platform, has recently acquired $23 Million in investment capital from GE Ventures
Startup Carbon3D, inventors of the CLIP 3D printing process, just received no less than USD$100M in investment, leading TechCrunch to declare this will make 3D manufacturing a reality. This is misleading.
We’ve been looking at a new 3D print service that has been running for only 1.5 years: Xometry.