Xometry

Xometry

Xometry is a Gaithersburg, Maryland-based company founded by Laurence Zuriff.

Xometry is a custom manufacturing company that offers CNC and Machining and 3D printing services. The company was founded by Laurence Zuriff, in 2014, in Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States.

Some of the capabilities that the company maintains include CNC machining, milling, turning, sheet metal fabrication, waterjet cutting, laser cutting, plasma cutting, 3D printing, carbon dls, direct metal laser sintering, fused deposition modeling, HP multi jet fusion, polyjet, selective laser sintering, stereolithography, injection molding, insert molding, overmolding, urethane casting, finishing services, and design services.

Xometry is interested in providing services and solutions for industries such as aerospace, defense, automotive, consumer products, education, electronics, semiconductors, energy, hardware startups, industrial, medical, dental, robotics, supply chain, and purchasing.

The company works and partners with companies such as BMW, General Electric, NASA, Dell technologies, and Bosch.

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Xometry funding round, June 2017
15,000,000
June 2017
BMW i Ventures
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Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States

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Zaid Shoorbajee
May 5, 2020
AmericanInno
A number of D.C.-area companies and groups have stepped up to alleviate the PPE shortages by making their own equipment.
Steve O'Hear
December 3, 2019
TechCrunch
Xometry, the U.S.-based marketplace for on-demand manufacturing that raised $55 million in Series D funding this summer, has acquired Munich-based Shift as a path to European expansion. Exact terms of the deal remain undisclosed, although the exit sees at least some of Shift's investors, such as Cherry Ventures, picking up shares in Xometry . I [...]

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