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Companies Form Privately Held Digital Manufacturing Company

"In 2020, four legacy companies-FATHOM, Midwest Composite Technologies, ICOMold and GPI Prototype-combined to form Fathom, the largest privately held digital manufacturing company in North America," said a spokesperson. "While each held important industry positions individually, together they are uniquely poised to lead the digital manufacturing revolution. Moving forward, the companies will operate under the brand Fathom."

"This is a pivotal moment in our industry to drive innovation and change. The new Fathom has been formed to drive a differentiated and impactful customer experience," stated Rich Stump, Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer, Fathom.

Built on Industry 4.0, Fathom is the development of enhanced solutions backed by 35 years of industry expertise. "This enables Fathom to reimagine digital manufacturing by joining proven methodologies with new processes and technologies," said the spokesperson.

The spokesperson continued, "Fathom combines a broad array of advanced manufacturing technologies to provide a unique and impactful development process. We proactively push the boundaries of innovative solutions to turn concepts into reality. With clients ranging from industries within the aerospace, defense, automotive, technology, medical and IoT sectors, Fathom's digital manufacturing capabilities are now integral to their product development process."

"We are very excited to announce and begin executing our Fathom 4.0 strategy. This differentiated strategy focuses on speed, problem-solving, adaptive customer technical responsiveness and manufacturing to customers' specifications (project complexity). All of this is backed by the industry's most talented team and extensive capabilities. We believe this strategy will position Fathom as the most unique and differentiated digital manufacturer in North America," said Ryan Martin, CEO of Fathom.

"As experts in additive and traditional manufacturing, our in-depth expertise begins with a technology agnostic approach," said the spokesperson.

This approach is backed by over 200,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space where it utilizes:

  • Fourteen manufacturing production methods 
  • Six additive manufacturing technologies 
  • Over 90 industrial grade/large format additive systems
  • A combination of over 125 mills, lathes, presses and 3D printers
  • Domestic CNC
  • Urethane casting
  • Domestic and international injection molding
  • Enhanced model finishing and assembly.

"Working with Fathom provides immediate and comprehensive access to the most relevant equipment and experience in advanced manufacturing, engineering and prototyping. We simply bring it all together and leverage our expertise to problem solve and deliver high-efficiency outcomes every time for our customers," said the spokesperson.

For more information contact:


1050 Walnut Ridge Dr.

Hartland, WI 53029


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