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Charles Whitmire, TPM Application Engineer
Mike Staples, TPM Application Engineer
Cris Ivan, TPM Application Engineer
TPM partnered with Dr. Phinnize J. Fischer Middle School to raise help raise money for the American Heart Association. Fisher Middle School is a STEAM curriculum with an intense focus on technology. The students designed their own ornaments for Christmas and TPM was able to utilize 3D printing technology to turn the student’s visions into reality. The school raised nearly $1000 for the American Heart Association.
Chris Fay, Vice President
An important message from TPM Vice President, Chris Fay, about the Autodesk Upgrade Discontinuation that is happening in 2015:
Posted on November 4, 2014 by Mario Mitchell-Document & Print Solutions Account Executive, TPM
Have you ever just wanted to lash out at the office copier? In basically any type of office setting, they can have one or two people waiting to copy or print something, or a line of people waiting angrily for the "paper jam" to get fixed for the 7th time that day. The worst part about buying new technology, especially office technology, is that many employers will go in blind on the subject and not have any background information at the products they're looking at. This can cause a problem. You don't want to jump at the first thing you see. There are some things that you need to consider. Questions you may need to ask yourself before you decide to say, "This copier will be a good long term investment."
Columbia, SC June 25, 2014 – The Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM) thanks TPM, Inc., for its support of GSSM’s iTEAMS camp held at W.J. Keenan High School, June 23-26, 2014. Matt Luther, general manager of TPM-Columbia, visited the camp Tuesday and spoke to students about 3D technology.