TriMech Manufacturing Service Locations

Manufacturing facilities and Service Locations in North America

Other TriMech Service Locations

In United States | In Canada

Atlanta, GA

1165 Northchase Parkway SE, Suite 195 Marietta, GA 30067
678.385.1381

Auburn, NH

15 Dartmouth Drive, Suite 103
Auburn, NH 03032
603.627.9300

Bedminster, NJ

1545 US Highway 206, Suite 201
Bedminster, NJ 07921
908.583.8180

Brooklyn, NY

68 34th Street, Building 6, 4th Floor, Suite C403, Brooklyn, NY 11232
212.614.2223

Cary, NC

206 High House Rd, Suite 104
Cary, NC 27513
919.535.5662

Charleston, SC

146 Fairchild Street, Suite 180
Charleston, SC 29492
843.619.3846

Charlotte, NC

201 McCullough Drive, Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28262
704.503.6644

Columbia, MD

9220 Rumsey Road, Suite 200
Columbia, MD 21045
410.290.9650

Fort Lauderdale, FL

500 W Cypress Creek Road, Suite 760, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
954.248.2109

Greenville, SC

1 North Main St., 4th Floor
Greenville, SC 29601
864.627.9922

Hudson, OH

118 W Streetsboro St., STE 221, Hudson, OH 44236
440.257.7460

Huntsville, AL

1101 McMurtrie Drive NW Bldg. E Suite 4 Huntsville, AL 35806
256.469.0890

Knoxville, TN

520 W. Summit Hill Drive, Suite 602, Knoxville, TN 37902
865.690.9001

Little Rock, AR

7508 Highway 107, Sherwood, AR 72120
501.835.6868

Long Island, NY

200 Parkway Drive South, STE 102, Hauppauge, NY 11788
516.418.5070

Marlborough, MA

241 Boston Post Road, West, 2nd Floor, Marlborough, MA 01752
508.630.8000

Little Rock, AR

7508 Highway 107, Sherwood, AR 72120
501.835.6868

Long Island, NY

200 Parkway Drive South, STE 102, Hauppauge, NY 11788
516.418.5070

Orlando, FL

3505 Lake Lynda Drive, Suite 115
Orlando, FL 32817
407.937.1997

Peabody, MA

2 Centennial Drive, Suite 240A
Peabody, MA 01960
978.338.4200

Philadelphia, PA

120 Gibraltar Rd, Suite 102
Horsham, PA 19044
267.961.5600

Pittsburgh, PA

910 Sheraton Drive, Suite 325
Mars, PA 16046
724.553.3313

Richmond, VA

4991 Lake Brook Drive, Suite 300
Glen Allen, VA 23060
804.257.9965

Somers, CT

27 Quality Avenue, Somers, CT 06071
860.749.5544

Syracuse, NY

6320 Fly Road, Suite 105
East Syracuse, NY 13057
315.928.3826

Tampa, FL

100 East Bay Drive, Largo, FL 33770
804.257.9965

Troy, MI

2701 Troy Center Drive,
Suite 275, Troy, MI 48084
860.749.5544

Other Canadian Service Locations

Calgary, AB

3030 Sunridge Way NE, Unit 9,
Calgary, AB, T1Y 7K4, Canada
403.517.5800

Edmonton, AB

10060 Jasper Avenue, Tower 1, Suite 2020, Edmonton, AB, T5J 3R8, Canada
780.822.4700

Vancouver, BC

300-1055 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC, V6E 2E9, Canada
604.343.1890

Winnipeg, MB

167 Lombard Ave Suite 500, Winnipeg, MB., R3B 0V3, Canada
204.474.0982

TriMech Manufacturing Capabilities

Design and Manufacturing Consulting

Professional Design and Manufacturing Services for clients that don’t have 3D CAD capabilities.

Does your company need help designing and manufacturing a new product, or optimizing a design for the manufacturing process? Are there times when you’re short-handed and could use some help meeting a critical project deadline?

Benefits

The TriMech team consists of CAD designers, product engineers, and production manufacturing engineers who bring decades of experience to the table. They are available to help you design a new product, improve a design for best performance, and optimize for full-scale production at the lowest cost.

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) 3D Printing

DMLS fuses powdered metal and alloy materials to produce metal parts. DMLS produces fully realized metal parts, including tools and end-use parts for a variety of industries.

TriMech can produce extremely lightweight geometries that are optimized for performance, ultra-light “all-in-one” metal assemblies with internal features, supports, and lattice structures, as well as fully dense metal parts.

Benefits

Metal 3D printing, with it's advanced material offerings, is best utilized in highly complex and involved designs.

Fused Deposition Modeling 3D Printing

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) creates parts layer-by-layer with engineering-grade thermoplastics. Ideal for functional parts, including prototypes, low-volume production, manufacturing aids, jigs and fixtures.

Benefits

The FDM process uses the same types of raw materials used in the injection molding process. This technology includes use of support material to create create complex parts and assemblies.

Laser Sintering / Selective Laser Sintering

Laser Sintering (LS) (also known as Selective Laser Sintering or SLS) uses a CO2 laser to heat and fuse durable thermoplastic powder to build versatile parts with high elongation at break.

Benefits

LS production parts and prototypes provide lightweight, heat and chemical resistant solutions. SLS constructs 3D-printed parts from nylon (polyamide), which is strong, tough and durable.

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

Multi Jet Fusion is a durable technology which produces medium-quality surface finish, which is ideal for high-complexity with medium accuracy and can be used for short production runs.

Benefits

MJF is ideal for enclosures, electronics housings, ducts, lattice structures, and functional assemblies. Suitable for applications that require durability such as snap fits.

Modern Machining Methods

CNC Machining Services include milling, and turning for the production of high-quality parts using modern machining methods. We employ highly skilled machinists and industry-leading equipment to accommodate a vast array of manufacturing applications.

CNC machining is usually a slower prototyping process than 3D printing parts. However, it is an extremely accurate process and is, therefore, ideal for low- and high-volume production of end-use production-grade metal and plastic components.

Benefits

Subtractive manufacturing is still available for applications where a machined part from metal or plastic is the best solution. CNC Machining can also be used to finish 3D printed parts that require boring, drilling, face milling or other precision machining for enhancing features.

Molding & Casting

With Stratasys thermoplastics and photopolymers, molds can be quickly produced to evaluate prototype parts or produce low volumes of end use parts.

Mold applications include Blow, Injection, Pulp, Silicone, Hydroforming, Thermoforming, Casting, Investment Casting Patterns, Foundry and Sand Casting, and Urethane Casting.

Benefits

3D printing molding is especially useful to test the design, fit and function of products before mass production. If changes are required, new mold iterations can be 3D printed in just a few hours at minimal cost.

Programmable Photopolymerization Technology

A transformative 3D printing technology enabling mass production of end-use parts in a diverse range of high-performance materials. Achieve industry-leading accuracy, consistency, detail and throughput with the P3™ Programmable Photopolymerization technology.

With TriMech’s Origin (by Stratasys) 3D printing service, you’ll avoid tooling costs, allowing for the creation of more complex parts, mass customization, and on-demand inventory. That leads to greater potential for your team and more opportunities for your business.

Benefits

The Stratasys Origin One’s P3 3D printing process precisely orchestrates light, temperature, and other conditions to automatically optimize prints in real time for the best possible results.

PolyJet 3D Printing

The PolyJet rapid prototyping process uses high resolution ink-jet technology combined with UV curable materials to quickly and economically produce highly detailed and accurate physical prototypes.

Benefits

High accuracy, superior surface finish, and wide selection of rigid and soft (rubber-like) materials to choose from. Build multiple materials and colours in a single part.

PolyJet 3D Printing

Turn your product design into a finished Show Model with the look and feel of a Production Part

Benefits

TriMech’s part finishing and painting team offers over 50 years of combined experience in the fine art of model making and part finishing. Custom finishing options include sealing, tempering, sanding, polishing, painting and electroplating.

Stereolithography

Stereolithography (also known as SL or SLA) builds parts layer-by-layer using a UV laser to solidify liquid photopolymer resins. It is commonly used to produce concept models, master patterns, large prototypes and investment casting patterns.

Benefits

SLA is a good general-purpose additive process for a wide range of applications. Models and prototypes are rigid, strong and durable.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Get parts that have excellent long-term stability and resistance to most chemicals, ideal for tooling, fixtures and low-volume production. SLS is commonly used for functional prototypes, tooling, fixtures, design evaluation models, small manufacturing runs, and product testing.

Parts produced with Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology can rival injection-molded and machined plastic parts, with excellent mechanical properties and chemical resistance. SLS is an extremely versatile method that can work for a huge variety of materials, from very stiff to flexible. Because there’s no need for support structures, SLS printing is a good choice for producing very complex geometries.

Benefits

SLS production parts can be strong, water and air-tight and made out of engineering-grade thermoplastics.

TriMech’s Team of Experts

We’re Proud of the team of dedicated professionals we’ve assembled to help you optimize your manufacturing

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