Mooreland Partners advises FATHOM on the sale of its 3D Printer VAR business unit to GoEngineer

Mooreland Continues to Play Active Advisory Role in the 3D Printing and Advanced Manufacturing Markets

FOSTER CITY, CA – August 27, 2018 – Mooreland Partners, the leading independent investment bank providing M&A and private capital advisory services to the global technology industry, announced today that it acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Kemeera, Inc. (dba FATHOM) on the sale of its 3D Printer Value-Added Reseller (“VAR”) business unit to GoEngineer, Inc. (“GoEngineer”). This acquisition will allow GoEngineer to expand its geographical footprint and 3D printer customer base, while streamlining FATHOM’s business to focus on its larger and more rapidly growing digital manufacturing business.  In addition, FATHOM and GoEngineer have entered into a partnership to promote FATHOM’s digital manufacturing business to GoEngineer’s customer base of tens of thousands of engineers redefining the ecosystem.

Headquartered in Oakland, California with an additional office in Seattle, Washington, FATHOM is an agile manufacturer with a diverse range of prototype and production services that include, 3D printing, CNC machining, urethane casting, tooling, injection molding, part assembly, model finishing, industrial design, engineering support, and contract R&D.

“Mooreland continues to cement its position as a leading M&A advisor to the 3D printing and broader advanced manufacturing industry. This latest transaction with FATHOM is another example of our segment leadership in the US but also internationally.” said Bryan Dow, Managing Director, Mooreland Partners. “Through this transaction, FATHOM has focused its business and expanded its ecosystem through this transformative partnership with GoEngineer.”