Xometry is granting discounts to students and faculty in academia on custom manufacturing services in Europe.
Munich (May 25, 2020) – Xometry Europe, the largest global on-demand manufacturing marketplace, announces grants for students and scientists in technical fields. The grants will allow individuals to access Xometry’s services including CNC machining, sheet metal fabrication, and 3D printing at a reduced rate: 7% for CNC machined and sheet metal parts and 5% for 3D printed parts. Students and university employees are required to register using their university address in order to receive the lower rates.
“At Xometry, we genuinely appreciate the pioneering spirit of inventors, educators, students and explorers. These are the people building the future of the industry and we want to support them in their effort to push the scientific and technological progress forward”, shares Dmitry Kafidov, Managing Director at Xometry Europe.
Since Xometry Europe’s founding there has been a steady growth in the need for custom manufacturing services in academia. Xometry wanted to bring its network of over 4,000 global manufacturers to this industry. Students and faculty will be able to create free accounts within the Xometry Instant Quoting Engine, where the customer receives instant pricing and lead times on CNC machining, sheet metal fabrication, and 3D printing services. The platform also provides design-for-manufacturability feedback making getting parts an effortless process.
Xometry will support the higher education sector by offering special prices for researchers and students and the discount is available at my.xometry.de/quote.
Xometry is the world’s leading on-demand manufacturing platform. We offer massive capacity, instant online quotes, and attractive pricing. Our European network of over 1,500 manufacturing facilities enables us to maintain consistently fast lead times while offering a broad array of capabilities, including CNC Machining, 3D Printing, Sheet Metal Fabrication. Xometry works with a diverse customer base, ranging from startups to Fortune 100 companies such as BMW or Bosch.