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Xometry User Hits Network’s $1 Million Milestone

Zero Hour Parts has earned $1 million through its partnership with Xometry’s instant quoting platform.

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Xometry announced a major milestone with Zero Hour Parts (Ann Arbor, Michigan), which earned $1 million through the Xometry Manufacturing Partner Network in only 15 months.

“Xometry has given us the opportunity to fill gaps in our schedule with jobs that we choose to take on. This unique platform has helped us continue to grow our business. We are looking forward to the next million,” says Brandon Hoag, General Manager of Zero Hour Parts.

Xometry’s instant-quoting platform allows customers to easily order custom parts online. The platform then sources the parts through hundreds of vetted manufacturers like Zero Hour Parts across the United States. There is no cost for manufacturers to join the Partner Network and they can choose to accept only the jobs they want.

“We are thrilled to see our manufacturing partners achieving this type of success through the platform. We’re focused on driving the business of American manufacturing, and we’re extremely proud to have Zero Hour surpass the $1 million mark. As our company and Partner Network grows, we look forward to seeing others reach this exciting milestone,” says Xometry CEO Randy Altschuler.

This achievement is reflective of Xometry’s rapid growth in 2017, with the company recently surpassing 6,000 customers in multiple industries, including aerospace, automotive, consumer and medical devices.

The Xometry Partner Network currently consists of more than 600 manufacturers across the United States. For manufacturers, access to jobs outside of their typical ecosystem opens the possibility for business growth, increased revenue and better forecasting.

Xometry’s current manufacturing capabilities include CNC machining, sheet metal, 3D-printing and casting jobs. The Xometry Partner Network is open to all manufacturers, though there is a thorough vetting and approval process.

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