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One destination, hundreds of suppliers

We match your order with the best pre-qualified Manufacturing Partners for the job, so you get the right capabilities and expertise for your project, without time spent sourcing and managing a large network of suppliers.

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Streamlined ordering process

Our technology streamlines the part ordering process with instant pricing, online DFM feedback, automatic threaded hole detection (no drawings required!), and more.

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A support team you can count on

Even with the best technology in the world, sometimes you just need to talk to a human. That's why we have a dedicated team of manufacturing support experts, eager to go the extra mile and answer your questions via instant chat, phone, or email.

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"We wouldn't have been able to learn as quickly without Fictiv."
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Team Lead | EdMod Labs, Facebook
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Open source knowledge

We believe in the power of community knowledge to break down barriers and unlock innovation. Explore product design insights, teardowns, and technical deep-dives, from our team and the broader hardware community, in our Blog and Hardware Guide:

AirPods vs Pixel Buds Teardown

You can learn a lot from examining the ways in which different companies solve the same problem. After stripping the one-eighth-inch audio jack out of their phones, Apple and Google both needed to create a set of Bluetooth headphones, but each company took a very different approach to the solution.

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How to Conduct a Tolerance Analysis for 3D Printed Parts

In the world of mechanical product design, engineers and designers complete what is known as a tolerance analysis or tolerance stack up analysis on an assembly as they prepare to send the components out for manufacturing. This is done to ensure when you order parts, they are manufactured to...

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