2nd 3D Printed Photo Giveaway
FATHOM is honored to have been recognized for a number of awards throughout 2015. Uniquely blending our design and engineering acumen with industry-leading advanced manufacturing techniques has resulted in accolades from several publications and organizations. The team is very proud of the work we’ve done together and the many collaborations with our amazing customers. The team is encouraged by the recognition and feel inspired going into 2016.
FATHOM RANKED ON THE INC 500|5000 FOR THIRD YEAR IN A ROW
This is the team's third straight appearance on Inc. magazine’s list of the 5000 fastest-growing private companies in America.
FATHOM MADE THE FAST 100 LIST FOR THIRD YEAR IN A ROW
In addition to making the Fast 100 list, FATHOM was recognized by the SF Business Times at the 2015 Tech & Innovation Awards for partnering with e-NABLE to create a custom 3D printed prosthetic arm for a 4-year-old girl named Isabella.
FATHOM RECOGNIZED BY ICIC IN FORTUNE FOR SECOND YEAR IN A ROW
This is the company's second consecutive recognition by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City’s list of 100 fastest-growing inner city companies.
FATHOM NAMED WASHINGTON'S EMERGING MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR
Seattle Business Magazine awarded FATHOM the title of “Washington’s Emerging Manufacturing Company of the Year,” commending FATHOM’s utilization of additive manufacturing in product development and rapid business growth and expansion.
CELEBRATORY 3D PRINTED PHOTO GIVEAWAY // SECOND ANNUAL CUSTOMER APPRECIATION CONTEST
To acknowledge the most important aspect of FATHOM’s successes over the past year, the incredible customer and partnership community, FATHOM is hosting a giveaway of a 3D printed photograph! One lucky applicant will work with FATHOM to transform a photograph of their choice into three dimensions—3D print your favorite photograph at no charge. Really? Yes, really!
Encouraged by last year's turn out, FATHOM’s design team is ready again to conquer the process of algorithmically modelling 3D geometries based on black and white imagery to create photorealistic surfaces in three dimensions based on the greyscale of texture.
Check out an interview about 3D printed photography with Veronica De La Rosa, Lead Industrial Designer at FATHOM [ Read Blog Post ]