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Xometry Acquires Tridi, a French On-Demand Manufacturing Platform

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Xometry, the largest global on-demand manufacturing marketplace, has announced its acquisition of Tridi, a French on-demand manufacturing platform. Tridi’s network of hundreds of European manufacturing partners further strengthens Xometry’s global manufacturing presence, which now includes a network of over 5,000 partners across the United States, Germany, and now France.

“We’re excited to join forces with the Tridi team and work together to provide our customers with access to the same breadth of capabilities across the Atlantic,” said Randy Altschuler, co-founder and CEO of Xometry. “Tridi has built an exceptional business, and we look forward to welcoming them to Xometry.”

Tridi will operate as a subsidiary of Xometry Europe and maintain its offices in Paris, France. The acquisition will bring Tridi’s customer base and network of manufacturing partners into the Xometry ecosystem, giving them access to Xometry’s on-demand manufacturing capabilities, including 3D printing, CNC machining, and sheet metal fabrication.

“We’re thrilled to be joining the Xometry family and to be able to offer our customers an even wider range of manufacturing solutions,” said Guillaume de Dorlodot, founder and CEO of Tridi. “Together with Xometry, we will accelerate our mission to make it easy for customers to get the parts they need, when they need them.”

Xometry was founded in 2013 and has quickly grown to become the largest global on-demand manufacturing marketplace, providing on-demand manufacturing services to a diverse range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical, and industrial manufacturing. With the acquisition of Tridi, Xometry further expands its capabilities and reach across Europe, bringing its on-demand manufacturing platform to even more customers and manufacturing partners.

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