TPM Introduces the BLK360, a Mini 3D Scanner from Leica

[fa icon="calendar'] October 15, 2018 / by TPM Admin

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Greenville, SC -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2018 -- TPM, Inc., the Southeast's leading 2D and 3D design technology provider, is announcing the launch of a new product from Leica, the BLK360. Through their new partnership with Leica to distribute the BLK360 and associated laser scanning services, TPM is able to continue equipping and enhancing the 3D design community across the Southeast.

Coupled with Autodesk's latest 3D Reality Capture software, the BLK360 allows the fastest and most portable 3D laser scanning workflow on the market today at a fraction of the price of competitive solutions. This new solution adds to TPM's emphasis on helping Architects, Engineers, Contractors, and Manufacturers with complete design build workflows.

Chris Fay, President of TPM, commented on the BLK360: "We are very excited to partner alongside Leica, a worldwide leader in 3D Scanning technology. Our customers are looking for better ways to integrate 3D Laser Scanning technology into their workflow at a cost-effective level, and Leica has done just that. We look forward to what our two companies will do together across the Southeast."

The BLK360 has already received numerous awards and recognition, including the Prism Award for Photonics Innovation, Winner of Product Innovation from the 2017 London Construction Awards, and others.

About TPM, Inc.
TPM, Inc. is headquartered in Greenville, SC with offices in Columbia, SC, Charleston, SC, Charlotte, NC, Raleigh-Durham, NC, and Alpharetta, GA. TPM is the Southeast's leading provider of 2D and 3D design technology alongside partners that include Autodesk, SOLIDWORKS, HP, MarkForged, Canon, Oce, and many more. TPM serves more than 3,500 customers each year with technology solutions, training, consulting, and implementation services. 
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Three Minute Thursday: SOLIDWORKS 2019 Preview

[fa icon="calendar'] October 04, 2018 / by Mike Staples posted in SOLIDWORKS, Three Minute Thursday, Manufacturing

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Mike Staples, TPM Application Engineer

Catch a sneak peek at the amazing new capabilities in SOLIDWORKS 2019.  Then check out more info on the SOLIDWORKS Launch Page and register for one of our live events next week.

 

 

 

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Earle Street Project with The Color Lab

[fa icon="calendar'] October 03, 2018 / by TPM Admin posted in Color Lab

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TPM Celebrates 45 Years of Business in Design Technology

[fa icon="calendar'] September 28, 2018 / by Chris Fay posted in News

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Greenville, SC -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/28/2018 -- TPM, Inc., a leading Southeast 2D and 3D design technology provider, is celebrating its 45th year in business.

Founded in 1973 by Jerry Cooper in Greenville, SC, TPM has grown to serve nearly 4,000 customers each year with 6 strategic Southeastern locations and almost 100 employees. While TPM serves a large range of customers, the primary focus is on bringing technology solutions to Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Manufacturing.

"We are so proud of how far our organization has come over the past 45 years and where we will be heading over the next 45," says Chris Fay, President of TPM. "TPM is in a great stage in its evolution because we have embraced the legacy of what got us to this point, yet continually challenge ourselves and innovate for the future. I look forward to the next evolution of our growth in bringing technology solutions to thousands of customers across the Southeast."

About TPM, Inc.
TPM, Inc. is headquartered in Greenville, SC with offices in Columbia, SC, Charleston, SC, Charlotte, NC, Raleigh-Durham, NC, and Alpharetta, GA. TPM is the Southeast's leading provider of 2D and 3D design technology alongside partners that include Autodesk, SOLIDWORKS, HP, MarkForged, Canon, Oce, and many more. TPM serves more than 3,500 customers each year with technology solutions, training, consulting, and implementation services. 
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Four Minute Friday: Detail Conversion and Management

[fa icon="calendar'] September 28, 2018 / by Bruce Harris posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Bruce Harris, AEC Application Engineer

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Three Minute Thursday: SOLIDWORKS Simulation Plot Tricks You Should Master

[fa icon="calendar'] September 27, 2018 / by Robbie Hoyler posted in SOLIDWORKS, Three Minute Thursday, Manufacturing

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Robbie Hoyler, TPM Application Engineer

Do you want to master SolidWorks Simulation?  Here are some plot tips and tricks to keep you on top of the competition.

 

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Backdrops with Grace Church

[fa icon="calendar'] September 26, 2018 / by TPM Admin posted in Color Lab

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Autodesk Multi User Subscription Renewals

[fa icon="calendar'] September 21, 2018 / by TPM Admin posted in AEC

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The last thing anyone working with their design software wants to happen is to have the software stop working in the middle of a project. Unfortunately, that might happen under certain conditions. Over the past few months we’ve had a number of support calls where the customers’ Autodesk design software using the multi user subscription method was no longer available. Upon investigation, the license file had expired in these cases.

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Three Minute Thursday: SOLIDWORKS Flow Mesh and Domain Considerations

[fa icon="calendar'] September 20, 2018 / by Steve Ostrovsky posted in SOLIDWORKS, Three Minute Thursday, Manufacturing

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Rob Stoklosa, TPM Application Engineer

Learn Mesh and Computational Domain setup Tips and Tricks.

 

 

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Three Minute Thursday: SolidWorks Mirror Assembly

[fa icon="calendar'] September 13, 2018 / by Steve Ostrovsky posted in SOLIDWORKS, Three Minute Thursday, Manufacturing

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Steve Ostrovsky, TPM Application Engineer

Many users have dabbled with the SolidWorks Mirror Assembly. In this Three Minute Thursday, we’re going to dive a little deeper into how to use this simple wizard-based assembly feature.

 

 

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