Xometry Enters National Distribution Agreement with Mitsubishi Materials

Xometry Supplies will now allow users to choose from the full lineup of DiaEdge and Moldino cutting tools after partnering with Mitsubishi Materials. 

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Xometry has entered into a national distribution agreement with Mitsubishi Materials to offer cutting tools through Xometry Supplies, its online store. Users will be able to choose from the full lineup of DiaEdge and Moldino cutting tools, expanding the Xometry Supplies offering of CNC machine tooling by over 25,000 items.

“Xometry Supplies allows for an online shopping experience where our manufacturing partners and customers can purchase the materials and tools they need to manufacture parts faster and at lower costs,” says Jaa Aguilar, general manager of Xometry Supplies. “Adding a premier partner like Mitsubishi Materials to our line card empowers our partners to quickly find the right tools they need without a time-consuming search.”

Mike Bjerke, vice president and national sales manager for Mitsubishi Materials, believes that “Xometry's vision of harnessing AI-driven algorithms to help machinists source the exact tools they need exactly when they need them will be an important, potentially game-changing innovation in cutting tool distribution.” 

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