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The 2018 Innovation Awards

For the sixth consecutive year, the East Bay EDA Innovation Awards ceremony featured trophies created by the FATHOM team. The annual event brings the professional community together to recognize and commemorate companies who make cutting-edge contributions in their respective industries. Leading this year’s concept was Industrial Designer Ava DeCapri at FATHOM. In this blog post, she talks about what…

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Desktop Metal Installed at FATHOM

FATHOM has installed its Desktop Metal Studio System at its Oakland headquarters and our Applications Engineering Team is currently building sample parts to further assess the capabilities of the technology. They are rigorously examining the performance of the equipment and materials by running feasibility and validation tests, as we do with any technology to determine the practical application of it in…

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FATHOM Secures ISO 9001:2015

FATHOM Secures ISO 9001:2015 Certification // Advanced Manufacturer Headquartered in Oakland, CA Further Establishes Its Focus on Quality Oakland, CA—Wednesday, March 7, 2018—FATHOM, an advanced manufacturer with an expertise in 3D printing and additive manufacturing, announced it has secured ISO 9001:2015 certification. The FATHOM team engaged in a comprehensive audit of its business operations, manufacturing…

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Launch Forth MLV Challenge

Join the Launch Forth team and FATHOM this Friday, March 9th at 10am PST for a Facebook Live Broadcast! Hear from Megan Brewster from Launch Forth and Chris Blower of FATHOM on the winning entries and the new MLV:Refined Challenge. Brewster and Blower will also talk about some of the fabrication methods and materials that might be used to build a functional…

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Desktop Metal Case Study

In this blog post, we highlight a featured case study published by Desktop Metal about an injection molding firm who investigates the use of its Studio System for a quick-turn application. FEATURED 3D PRINTING METAL CASE STUDY For Built-Rite, the Studio System (available from FATHOM) introduces the ability to make quick-turn mold assembly components with…

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Introducing The Crystallon Project

The FATHOM team is excited to introduce Crystallon, an open source project for creating lattice structures using Rhino and Grasshopper. It was developed by Industrial Designer Aaron Porterfield at FATHOM as an alternative to commercially available software for lattice design. Porterfield joined FATHOM’s design and engineering team in 2015, and is a regularly featured speaker on lattice structures…

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