ICOMold by Fathom
You may have noticed subtle changes to ICOMold’s brand lately. We’re still the same company, only much better! In December of 2019, ICOMold, MCT and Fathom combined to create the largest privately held digital manufacturing company in the nation (Link). We know you will have some questions about this recent development and want to assure you- you’re in the right place!
Check out some of the commonly asked questions. And if you have your own question that’s not listed below, please email email@example.com
Did the name of the company change?
The combined company is now simply called ICOMold by Fathom. Fathom is now the largest private digital manufacturing company in the United States.
Where are the locations of the combined company?
The combined company is headquartered in Hartland, WI.
In addition to serving local customers at these locations, we also ship internationally to customers worldwide.
Is the branding, or “look” of the company changing?
You will begin seeing our new logo and branding on correspondence, our website and other digital channels, packaging, and at our facilities.
What manufacturing processes will be available from the new combined company?
Our combined manufacturing capabilities now allow Fathom to offer the following processes to all customers
- Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing
- PolyJet (PJ)
- Stereolithography (SLA)
- Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
- Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
- Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)
- Metal-Based (DMLS)
- CNC Machining (metal and plastic)
- Plastic Injection Molding & Mold Making
- Urethane Casting
- Sheet Metal & Forming
Hartland // Headquarters
What other services are now available from Fathom that weren’t available from the legacy companies?
We now have the following services available that were not previously available to all customers of the individual companies
- Product Development Assistance
- CAD Design/Engineering Services
- Iterative Prototyping
- Managed Services // Machines and/or operators provided to your facility
- On-site Training Programs // Various manufacturing processes
What has changed regarding the new company’s ability to help me get my parts from concept to production?
Fathom now has end-to-end solutions for everything from product concept/design, to iterative prototyping and low-volume production, to mass production.
Our team of experts helps customers through the design process, takes a consultative approach to material selection, and makes recommendations on the best manufacturing process to satisfy the requirements of the parts.
Will there be any negative impact on customers as a result of the combined company?
There shouldn’t be any negative impact on any of our customers, only positive change.
If there are any specific changes that affect certain customers, such as accounting/payment terms, approved vendor list revisions due to the company name change, or sales rep reassignment, those changes will be communicated to affected customers directly from the departments responsible for them.