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Introducing the Quick Buy Tool: Ordering Materials Has Never Been Faster

The Quick Buy tool is designed to simplify your time quoting, accepting, and sourcing materials. Quick Buy allows you to instantly quote and order custom-cut Aluminum 6061-T6 directly from the Xometry job board.

This is William Krueger and his dog, Bosley. Part of Xometry's amazing team in Lexington.
By William Krueger
September 21, 2020
 1 min read
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Introducing the Quick Buy Tool: Ordering Materials Has Never Been Faster

At Xometry, we are continually improving our partner experience with job portal enhancements, new services, and valuable content.

Today we’d like to introduce our latest enhancement to your job portal the Quick Buy tool. The Quick Buy tool is designed to simplify your time quoting, accepting, and sourcing materials. Quick Buy allows you to instantly quote and order custom-cut Aluminum 6061-T6 directly from your Xometry Job Board.

Simply click the blue hyperlink for aluminum 6061-T6 on your desired job, enter the size and the shape of the material you need and a job ID. A quote will be instantly populated, and you can check out. . .All in just a few clicks.

It’s that easy!

Just another we’re enhancing your experience on partner experience.

Check out the Quick Buy Tool now available on your Xometry Job Board.

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.