SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys Resellers, TriMech and CADD Edge, Complete Merger
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SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys Resellers, TriMech and CADD Edge, Complete Merger

TriMech now offers more 3D engineering technology solutions and services than ever before

RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 27, 2016 — (PRNewswire) —   CADD Edge, an industry-leading reseller of SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software and Stratasys 3D printers, is undergoing a rebranding campaign to unify the company under the TriMech brand, name and logo.

TriMech and CADD Edge Merge

With its larger infrastructure, TriMech now provides more user-focused resources to its clients. TriMech's expanded technical support team includes more than 65 application engineers certified in a wide range of SOLIDWORKS products and 16 full-time support engineers with faster response time and better expertise. TriMech's engineers boast triple the number of certifications of any other reseller nationwide.

"3D technology is the future of engineering, impacting every industry at every stage of the design process. In the last decade, 3D CAD and 3D printing have completely revolutionized the engineering workflow, taking 2D sketches and transforming them into fully-automated 3D models and realistic prototypes you can touch and feel," Steve Pelham, CEO of TriMech, said. "Our merger with CADD Edge is the culmination of a years-long vision to put 3D technology at the fingertips of every engineering team across the eastern United States. As we begin integrating these two industry-leading teams, our clients will gain access to a greater depth of expertise, more specialized training options and faster technical support than ever before."

TriMech provides complete mechanical engineering software and hardware solutions, training and technical services covering the eastern United States with now more than 25 offices supporting 14,000+ clients spanning Fortune 500, federal agencies, Department of Defense, and small to mid-sized engineering and manufacturing firms.

"Our clients' markets are changing at an incredible pace, and so is ours. The ongoing pressure to competitively deliver the right products and tools to the market in a timely fashion, while weighing the impact that the Internet of things brings, is significant," Tim Preston, CEO of CADD Edge, said. "Today's market expects a great product with a great customer experience. This merger positions our combined companies to significantly impact the value we deliver for our clients in 23 states across North America."

The CADD Edge rebrand will roll out in stages over the next four months. CADD Edge will fully transition to the TriMech brand effective January 2017. With the expansion, TriMech is now one of the top three leading partners for both SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys.

"With our footprint expanding, we are better positioned to compete in this 3D space", Pelham said. "Together with CADD Edge, we're able to provide a level of knowledge and customer service that no other reseller can match."

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About TriMech
Since 1998, TriMech™ has helped our clients design better products by partnering with them and offering, not only CAD, CAE, PDM, FEA, CAM software products, but also by engineering solutions involving full-time and temporary staffing, contract design, analysis and drafting services, rapid prototyping, custom programming and implementation services.  For more information about TriMech, please visit or call 888.874.6324.

About CADD Edge
CADD Edge, Inc. is the Northeast's leading provider of 3D CAD design software, 3D printing and rapid prototyping machines and CAD/CAM software, as well as product data, lifecycle, and documentation management solutions for mechanical engineering, product design, and manufacturing businesses. CADD Edge is an Authorized Reseller of SOLIDWORKS software, Stratasys 3D printers, Omnify PLM, and several other engineering technology solutions throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic. / Email Contact

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