Xometry has unveiled its famous online service for immediate quoting on additive manufacturing in Europe. Xometry is the biggest world business center for on-demand production.
Clients will get access to instant quotes and design for manufacturability response on additive manufacturing with only some clicks. This is through Xometry’s Instant Quoting engine.
The new additive manufacturing offering by Xometry comprise of Selective Laser Sintering and HP Multi Jet Fusion printing in 6 high-quality elements. The firm will keep expanding its procedure and material offerings all through the year. Experts may update their prints and get the lead time and price modifications next to real-time for all procedures.
Only some months ago, Xometry had obtained Shift that is located in Munich, the biggest on-demand production marketplace in Europe. The acquisition, Xometrysped up its international extension into 12 new countries maximizing a global network of more than 4,000 manufacturers.
“Global expansion is a key step for us,” stated at the occasion Xometry CEO Randy Altschuler.
“Many of our customers, like BMW and Bosch, have a global presence and we can serve more of their needs with a global network. Our AI-driven algorithms and intelligent sourcing platform give us a competitive advantage as we expand across new geographies and manufacturing technologies.”
The managing director of Xometry Europe, Dmitry Kafidov said; ”We’re thrilled to offer our customers the ability to instantly price custom 3D printed parts. They will now receive prices and lead times for their 3D printing orders within seconds, and be able to order their parts in a few clicks.”
Apart from 3D printing on-demand, Xometry Europe provides sheet metal fabrication and CNC machining. It also offers metals post-processing and polymers via its internet platform.
In 2019 December, Xometry obtained Shift, the biggest production network in Europe. The firm has raised until now raised $118 million from investors like Robert Bosch Venture Capital, BMW i Ventures, GE Ventures, and Dell Technologies Capital.