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Get Your Xometry Pocket Engineer Card

The Xometry Pocket Engineer Card is packed with features in laser-cut stainless steel the size of your credit card. It contains 26 unit conversions, 7 equations and 10 physical constants to save you time looking up references. It also doubles as ruler, arc drawing and angle measurement tool and has a photogrammetric ruler to calibrate length and tilt in images when used as a scale in field or lab work. It also offers pipe inner diameter measurement from 0.25"-1.25" and machinist scale with 10-mil resolution.

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Xometry Manufacturing on Demand

Xometry is a leading AI-enabled marketplace for on-demand manufacturing, transforming one of the largest industries in the world. Xometry uses its proprietary technology to create a marketplace that enables buyers to efficiently source on-demand manufactured parts and assemblies, and empowers sellers of manufacturing services to grow their businesses. Xometry’s buyers range from self-funded startups to Fortune 100 companies. Learn more at www.xometry.com or follow @xometry

*Card shipping can take 6-8 weeks or more. Xometry reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of entries and entrants (including an entrant’s identity, age and place of residence) and to disqualify any entrant who submits an entry that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions or who tampers with the entry process. Offer good in the US and Canada only. Void where prohibited. Limit one per person. Xometry reserves the right to cancel or end this promotion at any time.

Aaron Lichtig - Xometry Contributor
Aaron Lichtig
VP of Growth Marketing at Xometry, Jeopardy! winner, and proud father of two. When I'm not crunching numbers or playing trivia, I enjoy writing about manufacturing design and innovation.