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Xometry Now Offers Integrative Processes

by • July 13, 2016 • No Comments

Once hailed as the Amazon of additive making, innovators of 3D printing innovation, Xometry have only revealed their plan to commence an add-in for SOLIDWORKS, the major CAD software program. This latest upgrade can allow users to get swift quotes and order products of Xometry all without leaving their workspace. As an online platform, future for seamless create systeming inside Xometry is high, so the new integrative system comes as no surprise. Professionals at Xometry pride themselves on a commitment to swift connection between engineering and create professionals, and optimal making solutions at the most price across a wide range of technologies. These systemes can now be carried out with ease and speed thanks to this latest add-in.

SOLIDWORKS can donate users access to all new seamless integration systemes which include:

  • Instant pricing and lead times inside SOLIDWORKS
  • Immediate feedback on how to most manufacture parts
  • Choice of a wide range of systemes, which include 3D Printing, Sheet Metal, and CNC Milling and Turning with over 200 materials
  • Ordering creates in one click through Xometry
  • Adding notes and drawings to additional specify part showcases, finishes and tolerances


“Our integration with SOLIDWORKS provides engineers and product createers with significant information and feedback early on in the create system. Xometry’s Add-In manufactures the createing and ordering of custom parts faster and simpler than ever,” says Xometry’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, Bill Cronin. The company intends for its users to create their ideas with greater ease, going of “concept to creation in one workspace.” With a diverse customer base ranging of startups to Fortune 100 companies to government clientele like the US Army, Xometry’s latest announcement can certainly lead to new and amazing application in a range of industries.

Users can get their hands on the Xometry add-in via download for free in SOLIDWORKS. Be certain to sign up for the 3D Printing Industry newsletter to remain up to date on all the latest news!

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