3D Printing Technologies, Materials, Glossary Terms, and More
Recognized two years in a year on the Inc. 500|5000 list of fastest growing companies in America, FATHOM is a top performing Stratasys 3D printer distributor of Northern California and Pacific Northwest with 3D printing production centers located in Oakland and Seattle.
FATHOM leverages advanced manufacturing technologies to help companies take their ideas into a physical form quickly and efficiently. FATHOM’s technologies and moethods that accelerate and enhance the product development process are used by some of the most innovative companies in world—from 3D printing to CNC machining to urethane casting to rapid tooling to injection molding.
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The one and only technology with a wide selection of materials with properties that range from rubber to rigid to transparent to opaque
Professional 3D printing technology using production-grade thermoplastics for concept models, functional prototype, and end-use parts
Unlike other additive manufacturing technologies, parts are surrounded by loose powder-like material during the build
Widest range of 3D manufacturing materials: clear, rubber-like and biocompatible photopolymers, and tough high-performance thermoplastics
Learn why 3D printing is useful everywhere—challenging the status quo in manufacturing, health care, education even outer space
Terminology list of 3D printing and additive manufacturing processes, prototyping, injection molding, and much more