FATHOM, San Francisco Bay Area, is moving its Washington-based offices to a new Seattle location and will include a robust 3D printing production center.
FATHOM has been supporting the region since 2008 when Principals Rich Stump and Michelle Mihevc founded the company under the name Kemeera, later rebranding as FATHOM in 2012. General Manager Dylan Oliver joined the team in 2010 and has been a major contributor to the company’s growth.
Like its headquarters located in the San Francisco Bay Area, the production center will feature Stratasys 3D printers using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and PolyJet Technologies.
“Stratasys’ technologies really complement each other; in fact many of our customers adopt both platforms,” said Oliver. “There are many benefits to each technology and customers leverage our hands-on expertise to better understand the many ways they can use these technologies.”
The production center is located at the corner of Stone Way and N 43rd Street.