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The Technology House Adds Large-Format 3D Printer

The Technology House (TTH), an Ohio-based contract manufacturer, just made the jump from CAD to batch production volumes of large parts with a new 3D printer. TTH has purchased a 3D Systems SLA 750 stereolithography printer to enhance its manufacturing workflow.

The combination of the SLA 750's high-speed production, large build area and broad materials portfolio means that TTH can now expand the services offered to its customers and equip its customers to push the boundaries of innovation-from prototyping to finished parts-for a range of industrial and healthcare applications.

With the new SLA 750, TTH can now 3D-print parts in sizes as large as 750 mm x 750 mm x 550 mm (29.5" x 29.5" x 21.65") using a broad range of advanced production-grade photopolymer materials.

Veteran-owned since 1996, TTH is a pioneer in 3D printing and additive manufacturing. With full engineering and project management support teams, TTH provides expert engineering and hands-on project management for all services to help companies design and produce innovative products.

"We have been a customer of 3D Systems for over 25 years," said Lauren Good, VP, Finance, The Technology House. "We have found their solutions, service and overall partnership invaluable to our business. After our thorough evaluation of the competitive landscape, we chose to add the SLA 750 to our manufacturing workflow-not only due to its speed and accuracy, which allows us to produce both large parts as well as fine feature detail-but also for the number of production-grade materials that we can now offer. 3D Systems' material portfolio expansion with the SLA 750 allows us to offer better solutions to our customer base faster. We can complete jobs much more efficiently with very little post-processing. Having the SLA 750 is helping us get more throughput out the door, which means we are able to complete the job in half the time and offer a better cost to our customers."

"We are excited to have TTH as an early adopter of our SLA 750 solution," said John Murray, Vice President, Global ISG Segment & Business Development, 3D Systems. "As a longstanding 3D Systems customer, they have been able to leverage our innovation evolution to benefit their business and their customers. The combination of the SLA 750's enhanced speed, optimized laser scanning, improved resolution and part quality and faster industrial-scale post-processing is helping TTH more efficiently serve their customers. As a result, they are able to take on even more business, which is helping them maintain their position as an industry leader. I look forward to seeing them grow and deliver additional benefits for their customers."

For more information contact:

The Technology House

10036 Aurora-Hudson Road

Streetsboro, OH 44241


3D Systems, Inc.

333 Three D Systems Circle

Rock Hill, SC 29730


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