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Montgomery County-based engineering software and equipment firm opens TecPort office

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Prism Engineering Inc., a Montgomery County-based provider of computer-aided design and manufacturing software and 3-D printing products and services, has opened an office and training center in the TecPort Business Center.

The 1,320-square-foot Swatara Township training center, Prism’s sixth location, will begin hosting certified training classes on June 1.

“We already have customers and prospects in the region,” said Elizabeth Shovlin, a Prism spokeswoman, citing a surge over the last few years, especially for 3-D products for additive manufacturing solutions.

Growing local demand was the primary reason for the additional office and training center, she said. Prism works with a number of manufacturing and mechanical engineers, as well as machinists and design professionals.

The company was founded in 1991. It has 50 employees, including three at the Dauphin County location.

An open house is slated for June 4 from 3 to 6 p.m. for anyone interested in demonstrations of CAD, CAM and 3-D printing products and services.

Jason Scott

Jason Scott

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