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TriMech Acquires InterPRO Additive Manufacturing Group

TriMech, strategic technology partner to engineers and manufacturers across North America, has acquired InterPRO Additive Manufacturing Group.

Based in Deep River, CT, InterPRO provides industrial 3D printing services, urethane and silicone casting, and custom part fabrication and finishing. Its in-house additive manufacturing (AM) technologies include multi-jet fusion (MJF), fused deposition modelling (FDM) and large format stereolithography (SLA). InterPRO has one of the largest deployments in North America of the new Stratasys Origin P3 system, which produces injection-mold quality parts and tools.

The acquisition allows TriMech to build on its professional custom 3D printing services, which include providing high-performance prototypes, tooling and manufacturing aids, end-use parts and low-volume manufacturing runs. Adding InterPRO's diverse technology and experienced team enhances TriMech's ability to serve clients across the U.S. and Canada.

"The pace of change in AM continues to accelerate," said Marcel Matte, TriMech's President and CEO. "Advances in plastic and metal printing, speed and workflow, and higher-volume production are changing customer requirements and expectations. This acquisition brings together more experts and a broader technology offering so we can be the best possible partner to manufacturers of all sizes."

InterPRO's team of technicians and problem solvers meet the complex and high-precision needs of demanding sectors, including healthcare and medical devices, aerospace and defense, industrial manufacturing and consumer electronics. Founded in 1996, InterPRO is led by President Dan Straka, who will become TriMech's General Manager of Advanced Manufacturing. InterPRO's team will remain in place in the Connecticut facility, and the business will be known as TriMech Advanced Manufacturing.

"For the last 25 years, InterPRO has supported clients by offering unique services and best-in-class technologies," Straka said. "As TriMech Advanced Manufacturing, we can help more clients by providing greater capacity and new capabilities. I am excited we will be able to solve even more of our customers problems going forward."

TriMech adds the InterPRO team and facility to its existing manufacturing services. Now, combined with the more than 40 3D printers at its existing advanced manufacturing and rapid prototyping facilities in Ontario and Connecticut, TriMech has more than 70 3D printers available for clients who need quick turnaround on quality printed parts and tools. TriMech also sells and supports Stratasys, ExOne and Xact Metal 3D printers, along with post-processing equipment and 3D laser scanners.

"TriMech and InterPRO share a commitment to listening to what clients need and investing in people and technology that deliver high-value solutions," said Chip Hogge, TriMech's VP of Strategic Expansion. "As TriMech grows, we will continue to expand our capabilities in order to meet our clients' most stringent requirements."

For more information contact:

TriMech Advanced Manufacturing

4461 Cox Road, Ste. 302

Glen Allen, VA 23060


InterPRO Additive Manufacturing Group

630 Industrial Park Road

Deep River, CT 06417


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