For the third quarter ended Sept. 30, Xometry reported revenue of $103.6 million, up 83% from $56.7 million in Q3 of the previous year. The company, which says the number of active buyers increased 40% to 36,789 by the end of Q3, also continues to expand internationally.

Xometry Inc., a marketplace for on-demand industrial parts, posted a healthy third-quarter gain in revenue and active users. But the company’s net loss also was slightly bigger.

For the quarter ended Sept. 30, Xometry reported:

  • Xometry revenue of $103.6 million. That’s up 83% from $56.7 million in Q3 of the previous year.
  • Net loss was $15.03 million vs. $14.711 million in the prior year.

“Marketplace revenue growth was driven by continued strong growth and active buyers and rapid adoption of our platform by larger accounts across both North America and Europe,” CEO Randy Altschuler told analysts on an earnings call, according to a transcript from “Likewise, we experienced strong year-over-year growth in many of the different manufacturing processes offered in our marketplace.”

The company, which says the number of marketplace active buyers increased 40% year over year to 36,789 as of Sept. 30, also continues to expand internationally. Xometry defines active buyers as buyers “who have made at least one purchase on our marketplace during the last twelve months.”

“Our international business continues to deliver strong growth with revenue increasing 75% year-over-year and 10% quarter-over-quarter, and in Q3, we added Polish Norwegian and Dutch languages to our European site,” he told analysts. “Additionally, Europe introduced new production technologies including vacuum casting and compression molding. Alongside strong top line growth, Europe continues to rapidly expand gross margins, underscoring the success and demand for our marketplace across geographies.”

Xometry has yet to file its full quarterly financials with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. But for the first six months of the year, international revenue totaled about $15.6 million. That compares with $6.0 million in the first six months of 2021.


“We remain pleased with the ramp up and buyer demand in China as we’re seeing orders from across many verticals including medical, biotech, new energy and universities,” Altschuler told analysts. “We expect China to contribute to revenue growth in 2023.”

As the year winds up, Xometry also will continue to roll out new marketplace features at a brisk pace, he said.

“In Q3, we rolled out new products including the industrial buying engine and work center to provide an integrated solution for buyers and suppliers and to further scale our networks,” Altschuler told analysts. “The industrial buying engine provides buyer choice, including Xometry’s instinct quoting engine for those customers who want to buy it now — it also digitizes the cumbersome and time-consuming request for quote process.”

For the quarter, Xometry also reported:

  • Xometry revenue for the first three quarters grew year over 87% to $282.9 million from $151.2 million from the prior year. Net loss was $51.60 million vs. $37.47 in the prior year.
  • Marketplace accounts with at least $50,000 in spending over 12 months increased 62% from 603 as of Sept. 30, 2021, to 974 in Q3 of this year.

“In Q4, we expect marketplace revenue to grow 40% to 45%, and marketplace gross profit to grow over 55%,” Altschuler said. “We saw continued strong active buyer growth in October and expect another quarter of record new active buyer additions in Q4.”


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