The FATHOM team is driven by advanced technologies that enhance and accelerate today's product development and production processes—we’re changing the way products are being designed and manufactured by helping designers and engineers make the unmakeable.
- Experts Focused on Accelerated Prototype Fabrication & Low- to High-Volume Production Part Services
- Additive, Traditional, & Hybrid Manufacturing Expertise with an Industry-Leading Advantage of Agility
- 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing, CNC Machining, Urethane Casting, Tooling, & Injection Molding
We are uniquely blending additive technologies and materials with legacy manufacturing methods so companies can go from concept to prototype to manufacturing in a way that wasn’t previously possible.
STL Guidelines To Get The Best 3D Printed Parts
Created by FATHOM's Application Engineering Team, this 4-page STL guideline for 3D printing and additive manufacturing will help you get the best quality parts for your project. The easy-to-read PDF includes sections on why STL files are used, export best practices, difficulties you should expect to encounter, and...
FATHOM in the News
Fathom will be the first provider of Evolve's additive technology, Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process, in North America, according to the companies.
The transaction is expected to enhance Fathom’s position in additive and traditional advanced manufacturing capabilities and accelerate Fathom’s investments in organic and inorganic growth opportunities.
This acquisition will expand Fathom's domestic injection molding capabilities, companies report.
GPI offers Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) additive manufacturing and CNC machining services, producing metal parts with complex geometries for on-demand manufacturing applications.
The Abiogenix spiral design, made by FATHOM, was selected as the preferred 3D printed swab by clinicians and patients alike.
With FATHOM's recent announcement of its acquisition by CORE Industrial Partners, FATHOM will continue to expand its capabilities and provide industry-leading solutions for additive manufacturing.
The acquisition will bring together FATHOM and Midwest Composite Technologies, acquired by CORE in 2018, to form a large privately held digital manufacturing service provider.
Created by FATHOM's Application Engineering Team, this design guideline on 3D printing and manufacturing technologies includes PolyJet, SLA, FDM, SLS, and MJF. The easy-to-use chart highlights wall thickness, hole diameter, clearance for assemblies, escape holes, minimum detail, pin diameter, accuracy,
As designers and engineers become more accustomed to using AM, and more materials become readily available at lower prices, additive technologies will only continue to grow as a significant force in the manufacturing process.
FATHOM, an advanced manufacturer with an expertise in 3D printing and additive manufacturing, announced the issuance of a United States Patent for the systems and methods powering its online digital manufacturing platform.