The growth of any additive manufacturing company can attest to the traction gained by the 3D printing industry overall. So success for rapid prototyping firm NeoMek Incorporate may indicate the success of the field as a whole. The Chicago-based firm has opened its second office, this time, just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Led by the company’s Vice President, Jim Clark, the new office will be dedicated to providing rapid prototyping, 3D scanning, product development and low-volume manufacturing services to local industry throughout Western Pennsylvania.
NeoMek President, Brad Johnson, described how what this expansion means for NeoMek: “Our new office and team in Pittsburgh allows NeoMek to expand its services to companies in the Northeast. NeoMek has been a tremendous resource to companies in Chicago and throughout the Midwest for the last 15 years. A Pittsburgh office will allow for even more companies to benefit from our technology and expertise.”
The move by the firm could also benefit from the America Makes network of companies spread throughout the Rust Belt region, including parts of Pennsylvania like Pittsburgh. Though they are yet to become a part of the network, moving to an area experiencing a growth in 3D printing providers could be a smart move for NeoMek.