A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Xometry and Q&A with Co-Founder Randy Altschuler
Randy Altschuler is the CEO of Xometry, a Maryland-based manufacturer that utilizes proprietary technology to integrate 3D printing (also known as additive manufacturing) with traditional manufacturing to produce high volumes of on-demand, unique parts, including custom parts and aftermarket parts for legacy systems.
Making a Fuel Injector Nozzle for a Jet Engine using DMLS
Often parts and designs will come to Xometry that may require additional work to improve their ability to manufacture using 3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing).
The Advantages of Additive Manufacturing
Because computer models and designs can be effortlessly transported electronically or even shared for download on the Internet, additive manufacturing allows businesses to quickly and cost effectively develop functional prototypes for product testing or even run a limited production line without having to worry about line limits and minimums while also allowing quick modifications when necessary.
Additive Manufacturing Series: What Is Additive Manufacturing?
In this series, we will be taking a closer look at the world of additive manufacturing. In part one of this series we will look at exactly what additive manufacturing is.
3D Printing: The Verge of the Next Industrial Revolution
In the nineteenth century the world saw the transition of industry from one predominately hand operated to one powered by machines. The effect was global and dramatic.