3D Systems

3D Systems is a leading provider of 3D printing, rapid prototyping, and manufacturing systems and parts solutions. Its expertly integrated solutions reduce the time and cost of designing products and facilitate direct and indirect manufacturing by creating actual parts directly from digital input. These solutions are used for design communication, prototyping, and production of functional end-use parts: Our customers create confidence.

Defy Manufacturing Limitations With 3D Systems Additive Technology

Expert additive manufacturing technology that will enable you to push the boundaries of traditional product manufacturing.

Products

MultiJet Printer Series

MultiJet Printing (MJP) technology produces high fidelity, true-to-CAD parts, fast print times, easy operation, and simple post-processing for increased productivity and authentic simplicity, from file to finished part.

Figure 4 Standalone

The 3D Systems Figure 4 Standalone is a fast, affordable, and versatile 3D printing solution leveraging various materials to suit almost any manufacturing application. From functional prototyping to end-use parts with durable, heat-resistant thermoplastic-like behaviors, the Figure 4 Standalone gets the job done.

SLA Printer Series

SLA printers work with a wide range of materials, with a range of sizes and price points designed for prototyping, end-use part production, casting patterns, molds, tooling, fixtures, and medical models.

Full-Color 3D Printers

Best known for its unparalleled color capabilities, 3D Systems’ family full-color printers deliver models faster, at low operating costs. From educational settings to the most demanding commercial environments, 3D Systems’ full-color printers provide unparalleled, full-color 3D printing at exceptional print speeds and efficiency.

Services and Support from TPM

At TPM, we’re more than just a partner. From the product purchase to our implementation services, we are with you through every step of your journey. Our professional services include implementing the hardware to ensure it fits your needs and assessing your processes to ensure efficiency and effectiveness.

Have you finally purchased the end-all-be-all 3D printing solution that’s going to revolutionize your manufacturing process? At TPM, we know that just having the hardware will not change your business, but how you use it will. That’s why we offer a variety of additive manufacturing training courses, provided with your printer purchase, that will ensure you know how to leverage your new 3D printing solution efficiently. No matter your manufacturing goals, our team of experts is with you every step of the way.

TPM’s support options give you the assistance you need in a high-paced business world that does not allow for loss of productivity. A new hardware purchase can be overwhelming; that’s why we are committed to being your partner every step of the way. From helping you choose the right solution to providing ongoing support, TPM is here for you.

The TPM1 Premier Program is an all-inclusive solution to enhance the value of your SOLIDWORKS subscription that enables your organization to Improve Your Designs, Deliver More Work, and Win More Business. By bundling together eLearning products like SolidProfessor and discounts on professional services and more, you can’t beat the TPM1 Premier Program’s value add, especially when it comes to printing your next big SOLIDWORKS model on your new 3D printer.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is 3D Printing?
3D printing, otherwise known as additive manufacturing, is the process by which you manufacture a component by adding materials to one another. Typically in 3D printing, materials are deposited onto one another, layer by layer, building up to a complete part.
How to Smooth 3D Prints?
For most plastic 3d printed parts, you can obtain a smoother finish by utilizing some fine sandpaper and sanding down the rough edges of the print. If sanding isn’t enough, try looking back to the CAD model itself and seeing if you can directly remove the ragged edge through the CAD model. For most metal 3D printed parts, you will need an industrial sander or grinder to remove rough faces or edges.
What is Infill 3D Printing?
One of the most significant advantages of 3D printing is that we don’t always have to create fully-solid parts like how we do in traditional manufacturing. Infill is the term we use to describe the hollow material structure inside a 3D printed part – think of this as a lattice structure. This structure, or infill, is much lighter and does not sacrifice strength.
How Long Does a 3D Printer Take to Print?
The time a print takes to complete is dependent on the technology a printer uses and the size of the print taking place. For example, some printers can finish a print in minutes, and others can print the same object in days.
How to Choose a 3D Printer?
If you are having difficulty determining what 3D printer is best for you, you are not alone. The best thing you can do to figure out what printer is best for you is to ask questions, and TPM is here to help you. TPM takes pride in answering all questions related to 3D printing, no matter how basic or complex the question is. If you have a question, request a quote for a 3D printer, and our knowledgeable team will guide you in the selection process.
How to Start 3D Printing?
If you’re interested in learning how to start 3D printing, TPM is a great place to start. The traditional 3D printing process requires CAD software, slicing software, and of course, a 3D printer. TPM is unique in that we provide all three solutions and educate users on how to leverage them.

Locations We Serve

With offices across the Southeast, TPM has been servicing architects, engineers, general contractors, and manufacturers for over 50 years with best-in-industry CAD, BIM, and manufacturing software and hardware.

Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Maryland
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia
Washington D.C.
West Virginia

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