InterPRO of Deep River was U.S. Sen. Chris Murphyâ€™s â€śMurphyâ€™s Monday Manufacturerâ€ť for the week of July 31.
The company was founded in 1997 and partners with Hewlett-Packard and Markforged to provide 3D printing, prototype injection molding, casting, computer numerical control (CNC) machining and reverse engineering services to companies in the aerospace and defense, medical device, computer, marine and telecommunications fields.
With only 12 employees, InterPRO serves a number of top clients, including Pratt & Whitney, United Technologies Aerospace Systems and Stanley Black & Decker.
â€śInterPRO makes it possible for businesses to get their products to market and into customersâ€™ hands faster,â€ť said Murphy. â€śTheyâ€™re helping companies grow and create jobs, all while growing their own.â€ť
Earlier this year, InterPRO sent representatives to the Avalon Air Show in Melbourne, Australia, to seek new business opportunities, thanks to the U.S. Department of Commerce Export Assistance Center in Connecticut.
Recently, it has added 4,500 square feet to its facility and installed a Hewlett-Packard Jet Fusion printer.
â€śThe team at InterPRO has helped companies make better products faster for over two decades,â€ť said InterPRO President Kevin Dyer.
â€śWhether itâ€™s plastic medical products that help save lives or metal components that fly on aircraft, additive manufacturing is drastically improving how products are designed and manufactured.â€ś