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WHAT CAN YOU FATHOM?

FATHOM is driven by advanced technologies.

We leverage our expertise in 3D printing and additive manufacturing to help our customers innovate faster and more efficiently. Our product portfolio includes professional 3D printers and manufacturing systems, prototyping and advanced manufacturing services, with design and engineering resources in support of these.

We strive to be our customers’ preferred partner by providing best-in-class equipment, services, and support — view our case studies to learn more!


PROFESSIONAL 3D PRINTERS

We specialize in Stratasys 3D printer sales — systems that quickly put high-resolution, finely detailed models into the hands of designers and engineers. Save in cost and get products to market faster with do-it-yourself 3D printing in San Francisco and Seattle.

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ADVANCED PROTOTYPING

Our advanced prototyping and low production production services include 3D printing (PolyJet, FDM, and SLS), injection molding (steel/aluminum/3D printed), RTV / silicone molding / cast urethane, CNC machining, part assembly, and model finishing.

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IN-HOUSE RESOURCES

From mechanical engineering to industrial design, FATHOM leverages its in-house resources to support your machine purchases and service needs. From advanced prototyping to low volume production, our expert team can help.

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RECENT BLOG POSTS

OBJET500 CONNEX3 FOR PRODUCT DESIGN

OBJET500 CONNEX3 FOR PRODUCT DESIGN

Vivid color 3D printing is just one of many capabilities available on the Objet500 Connex3. This multi-purpose 3D printing production system can speed up every stage in the product development cycle…

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3D SCANNING
THE FATHOM TEAM

3D SCANNING THE FATHOM TEAM

Snapping a FATHOM team photo has been on our to do list for a while since it’s difficult to catch us all in the same place at the same time — fortunately because our customers keep us really busy and we thank…

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NOT YOUR
ORDINARY SLINKY

NEW! MULTI-MATERIAL COLOR 3D PRINTING

One of our most popular posts on social media this month was of a slinky, but not the ordinary kind made using traditional manufacturing methods. Instead, this slinky was created using a popular type of…

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