Announcing Expedited 3D Printing


Advanced Manufacturer Offers Expedited Additive Manufacturing Services for Faster Product Development

FATHOM is an advanced manufacturer and 3D printing expert with expedited additive technology options to support quick turnaround project needs. FATHOM's Same-Day and Next-Day services are ideal for speeding up the product development process—go from concept to prototype to manufacturing in a way that was not previously possible.

Oakland, CA & Seattle, WA—February 2, 2016— FATHOM, an industry-leading advanced manufacturer with an expertise in 3D printing, today announced its same-day and next-day options for its high-end digital fabrication services.

The announcement follows FATHOM’s recent acquisition of a proprietary data analytics software for digital manufacturing. The company’s continued investments in business intelligence tools and software development are a part of its strategic commitment to making the industry faster and more efficient.

“We’re helping designers and engineers innovate even faster by rolling out same-day and next-day service,” said Rich Stump, Co-Founder and Principal at FATHOM. “Iterative cycles can happen at lightning speed when your morning idea is in your hands by the afternoon.

FATHOM’s PolyJet technology is available for same-day 3D printing service. PolyJet, one of the most widely-used 3D printing technologies, is an industry favorite for its high resolution and excellent surface finish in producing parts. FATHOM’s Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), popular for its durability and engineering-grade thermoplastic material options, is available for next-day service.

“Hours make the difference for our customers, and we’re thrilled to now offer them the industry’s quickest turnaround times,” said Michelle Mihevc, Co-Founder and Principal at FATHOM. “We’re doing everything we can to help accelerate product development.”

Learn more about FATHOM and companies developing products through its additive technologies.  Follow company updates on Twitter and Facebook. Check out FATHOM’s latest video post on its 3D printed Lab Incubator on YouTube.

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