Industrial Manufacturing: Build an agile industrial supply chain with manufacturing on demand

Xometry works with leading industrial manufacturers such as General Electric to dynamically scale manufacturing capacity and simplify their supply chain. Our Manufacturing Partner Network provides production capacity as a service and our technology platform enables vendor consolidation and supply chain digitization.

Turbocharge the way you make custom parts

Massive Network Capacity

Instantly access the production capacity of over 2,500 manufacturers with wide-ranging capabilities across 50 states.

Instant Quoting Engine

Get DFM feedback, lead times, and pricing in a matter of clicks, not days. Xometry IQ℠ puts Big Data to work for you.

Guaranteed Quality

Quality parts delivered at consistently low prices. Guaranteed. Job One is making parts to your specifications.

Top industrial applications

  • Low-volume prototype, pilot, or short-term production support using: Injection Molding, Urethane Casting, 3D Printing with metals and plastics, CNC Machining
  • Direct digital manufacturing
  • End-use production
  • Custom tooling, jigs, brackets and chassis for manufacturing
  • Advanced prototyping
  • Rapid tooling
  • Rapid tooling
  • Manufacturing tooling
  • Custom fixturing
  • Enclosures

Trusted by industrial engineers and designers at


of the top 10 Fortune 500 industrial manufacturers

Heavy machinery  •  Machine tools  •  Industrial robotics  •  Industrial products and services  •  Petrochemicals  •  Chemicals  •  Specialty materials  •  Nano materials  •  Power plants  •  Automotive manufacturers

"I have seen the future of interfacing with a CNC manufacturer and it is Xometry. I was blown away by how easy it was to get a quote and put in an order all based on the STP files that I uploaded. It was all done within minutes."
—Brian Bayley, Technical Glass Products

Resources for industrial on-demand manufacturing

In Podcast M4Edge, Xometry CEO Randy Altschuler Talks Shop

In Podcast M4Edge, Xometry CEO Randy Altschuler Talks Shop

CEO Randy Altschuler talks about the future of manufacturing in the podcast, Macro Micro Michael Marco and Startups at the Edge (M4Edge). The future, he says, is one in which companies like Xometry resolve inefficiencies related to time and geographic constraints, increase capacity utilization, and increase benefits to both providers and consumers.

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