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California headquartered advanced prototyping and manufacturing service provider FATHOM has received a patent for the technology behind its online quoting platform for 3D printed parts.
Issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the patent covers the company’s system and methods used to provide price quotes on ISO-certified 3D printed objects. In tandem with the patent, FATHOM has received a ranking on the Inc 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America for the seventh consecutive year, coming in at 3123. The company claims that only 1.5% of businesses have made it onto the list a total of seven times.
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“These exciting milestones for FATHOM further highlight our continued commitment to solutions that transform how products are designed, prototyped, and manufactured,” said Michelle Mihevc, Co-Founder and Principal at FATHOM. “Evolving at a fast pace in meaningful ways is how FATHOM maintains its unique position in the marketplace.”
“THE CORE OF EVERYTHING WE DO IS ABOUT OFFERING PROTOTYPING AND PRODUCTION SERVICES THAT HELP COMPANIES DRIVE GREATER INNOVATION WHILE ALSO ACCELERATING PROJECT TIMELINES.”
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A Stratasys Fortus system at FATHOM’s Oakland facility—direct digital manufacturing is a growing application need. Photo by FATHOM.
Founded in 2008, FATHOM was originally a reseller of PolyJet 3D printers from Objet, now part of Stratasys. In 2012, after starting to offer prototyping services, FATHOM made significant investments in its production services, opening a full-service 3D printing facility, and a Seattle-based production center the following year.
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Today, FATHOM offers a wide range of advanced prototyping and production services utilizing additive, subtractive and hybrid...
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