Five Machinist Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow in 2018
In this post, we review some of our favorite machinist Instagram accounts. If you are looking for inspiration, education, or entertainment, be sure to follow these folks.
On-Demand Webinar: Selecting the Right Injection Molding Material
In this on-demand webinar, Injection Molding experts Greg Paulsen and Travis Minyard share their top guidelines on how to select Injection Molding materials.
Say Hello to Xometry Instant Quoting Engine℠ v3.0!
We have improved the Xometry Instant Quoting Engine℠ based on user feedback. In this post, we'll walk you through the changes and show you what we've done to make it better.
Xometry’s Pricing Algorithm: 2018 Innovation of the Year Finalist
Xometry's pricing algorithm was recognized as a breakthrough new innovation in the world of 3D Printing.
Xometry Design on Demand: Manufacturable 3D Files Within Days
Earlier this year, Xometry partnered with ZVerse, Inc. to bring 3D design capabilities to customers who don't have manufacturable files. Now, Xometry customers without a 3D design background can take advantage of fully manufacturable files and guaranteed quality parts - all in one place!
Tips For Designing Custom Parts With SLS 3D Printing
Selective laser sintering (SLS) is one of the most popular processes that Xometry customers use. Learn more about how it works and the general tolerance and wall thicknesses that work best for SLS.
Mechanical Engineering Calculators You’ll Love to Use in 2019
Here at Xometry, we’re always looking for ways to make engineers' lives easier. Today, we’re sharing some online calculators that our team members use frequently.
To DMLS or not to DMLS
A frequent question we get from engineers has to do with how to decide whether to use a 3D printing process using metal materials for their projects. While each project is different and has different requirements, we thought it would be helpful to run a quick post about the most popular applications and advantages of Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS).