Get parts delivered before the holiday break!

Don't delay, the holidays will be here very soon! Take care of your upcoming projects through Xometry so you can relax as you head into your vacation.

By Shilpa Garg · November 28, 2017

Get instant quotes and place your orders before the busy holidays arrive!

Here are our estimated lead times by manufacturing process to plan ahead for your projects this month:*

Polyjet 3D, Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Order by December 15th to ship by December 20th

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

Order by December 12th to ship by December 20th

CNC Machining

Order by December 11th to ship by December 20th

Sheet Metal

Order by December 3rd to ship by December 20th

Injection Molding *NEW!*

Order by November 28th to ship by December 20th

Please note Xometry will be closed for the following dates:

  • December 25th & 26th
  • January 1st

Get an instant quote now and lessen your work load before the busy holiday season!

*All lead times are based on business days. Dates are estimates and can vary based on process, quantity, geometry, and 2-day shipping times.

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