FATHOM, an advanced technology driven company with an expertise in 3D printing and additive manufacturing, announced that recent in-house expansion efforts at its production center in Oakland include new equipment and engineering focused hires.
Recent equipment installations include a Fortus 900mc from Stratasys, an FDM-based printer with a 36 in. x 24 in. x 36 in. build envelope. The additive production system is one of dozens already in operation on FATHOM’s manufacturing floor alongside HAAS, Bridgeport, and Arburg machines.
“By bringing together new technologies and materials with legacy manufacturing methods, companies go from concept to prototype to manufacturing in a way that wasn’t previously possible,” said Rich Stump, Principal at FATHOM. “We will continue to build on FATHOM’s bridge-to-production offering, revolutionary additive and subtractive manufacturing techniques that dramatically speed up product development for our customers.”
Since the opening of its Seattle-based facility last year, the company’s growth hasn’t slowed down.
“We’re continually focused on meeting our customers’ needs for serious digital manufacturing and will continue to make substantial investments in the company,” said Michelle Mihevc, Principal at FATHOM. “The FATHOM team is innovatively compressing industry standard lead-times for our customers and their products are going to market faster and more efficiently.”
FATHOM’s advanced prototype fabrication and low volume production services include 3D printing (FDM, PolyJet, and SLS), rapid tooling and injection molding, 3D printed injection molding, urethane casting, CNC machining, model assembly, and finishing.