The state-of-the-art lab will provide outsourced 3D printed parts for the southeastern U.S.

GREENVILLE, S.C.—Design and manufacturing technologies specialist TPM recently introduced its Additive Manufacturing Lab, a facility that the company said will serve as a regional demonstration center for industry-leading additive and 3D printing technology. The lab will also provide outsourced 3D printed parts for the southeastern United States, underscoring TPM’s dedication to fueling growth within the regional manufacturing sector, the company said in a release.

TPM’s Additive Manufacturing Lab in Greenville, S.C., is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies from globally recognized manufacturers, the company said. (Photo courtesy TPM)

According to TPM, the lab’s launch signifies a critical moment for the region’s manufacturing prowess as it provides local manufacturing firms with tools to innovate faster, cut costs, and expedite time-to-market for their products. Equipped with state-of-the-art technologies from globally recognized manufacturers Markforged, HP, 3D Systems, Artec 3D, and AMT, the new lab is also said to promise precision and quality. Its resources position TPM to provide its clients with “exceptional services that embody efficiency and superior quality,” the company said.

“Launching this newly renovated and enhanced additive lab is a key step as TPM accelerates growth in the manufacturing industry across the Southeastern region, providing the latest technology solutions to our clients,” said TPM President Chris Fay, in the release.

The Additive Manufacturing Lab comes to fruition in response to the burgeoning demand for 3D printing in the manufacturing industry. According to TPM, its venture into the 3D printing  sphere “reaffirms the company’s faith in the transformative potential of additive manufacturing and its capacity to shape the trajectory of future production.”

TPM said it is dedicated to guiding manufacturing organizations through the journey of digital transformation by applying the latest software, hardware, and services. In doing so, it enables  people to “maximize their potential, positioning companies for growth, and improving engineering processes.”