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Xometry Expands Supplies Business Line With Tooling

We're expanding our supplies business line to offer machine tooling so our partners and customers alike can get jobs done more efficiently than ever before.

This is William Krueger and his dog, Bosley. Part of Xometry's amazing team in Lexington.
By William Krueger
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Xometry, the largest online marketplace for custom manufacturing, announced today the addition of high-quality, machine tooling to the Xometry Supplies product line. Xometry is simplifying the supply chain by offering tools to Xometry’s 2,500+ manufacturing partners and customers nationwide.

“Adding tooling to Xometry Supplies is our next step in revolutionizing the manufacturing industry,” said Xometry’s co-founder and CEO Randy Altschuler. “Ultimately, our AI algorithms will offer our partners what they need, when they need it.”

Drura Parrish, President Xometry Supplies, stated, “We are focused on delivering high-quality tooling and manufacturing materials to facilities quickly and efficiently. We care about getting more jobs done at higher efficiency rates than the industry has ever seen, and in order to do that, we are going to have to revolutionize the way things have been done for the last 100 years. We’re excited about the challenge.”

The Xometry Supplies initial tooling product line will include end mills, taps, and drill bits from HTC, OSG, Viking and Brubaker Tools. Learn more about Xometry Supplies and view the full product line here.

This is William Krueger and his dog, Bosley. Part of Xometry's amazing team in Lexington.
William Krueger
As a digital marketing specialist, William works with all forms of media from photography and video to content writing and graphic design to tell the story of American manufacturing. He holds a B.A. in Communication from Wittenberg University.