The first takes place March 7 near the company’s California headquarters.
Martin Gorski has been with the company since 1995.
The website features the company’s high-precision cutting tools.
The company serves New England, New Jersey and New York.
John B. Hoy will be vice president of sales and marketing for the continent, and Deryl Carter will be vice president of business development for the United States and Canada.
Thomas Benjamin will be responsible for analyzing markets and handling relationships with business partners in the region.
Xometry networks SMEs with customers in need of on-demand custom parts.
Carl Bass, who has overseen the company’s move to a subscription-only business model, will be replaced by two interim co-CEOs until a replacement is found.
The capacity is said to meet demands from designers and developers requiring rapid prototyping or end-use manufacturing of insert-molded parts.
Superion Inc. makes specialty solid carbide and PCD-tipped tools.