- April 10, 2019
-- Xometry, the world's largest digital manufacturing marketplace, announced a full suite of CNC design for manufacturing resources to better serve customers.
Xometry released the original Design Guide: CNC Manufacturing (https://pages.xometry.com/
in 2018. Since the original launch, Xometry engineers have been updating the guide with best practices, most common engineering questions, and design for manufacturing feedback. The goal is to provide engineers and designers free design for manufacturing resources.
The Design Guide: CNC Manufacturing is only one of the many CNC machining resources Xometry offers. The company offers a video, Ways to Save on CNC Machining (https://www.xometry.com/
, and infographic, Top Ways to Save on CNC Machining (https://www.xometry.com/
Aaron Lichtig, Xometry's Vice President of Growth Marketing, stated, "These resources are crucial for our customers and partners. At Xometry, we aim to not only be a go-to-manufacturer but also be a resource for design-for-manufacturing best practices."
Xometry's mission is to be a one-stop-shop for all things manufacturing. The company offers a comprehensive design for manufacturing library featuring sheet metal fabrication, 3D printing, injection molding, and CNC machining resources. All the design for manufacturing guides are free and available on Xometry's website (https://www.xometry.com
) is the largest marketplace for custom manufacturing, connecting companies with optimal manufacturing solutions through proprietary AI algorithms. Xometry provides on-demand manufacturing and industrial supply materials to a diverse customer base, ranging from startups to Fortune 100 companies. Our nationwide network of over 2,500 partner manufacturing facilities enables us to maintain consistently fast lead times while offering a broad array of capabilities, including CNC Machining, 3D Printing, Sheet Metal Fabrication, Injection Molding, Die Casting, Stamping, Extrusion, and Urethane Casting. Xometry has over 15,000 customers, including BMW, General Electric and NASA. The company also recently launched Xometry Supplies, an online eCommerce store selling materials and tooling.