The Technology HouseSea, Air and Space

Vitamix + TTH + Carbon =
Design Without Restriction

TTH was founded on the idea that 3D Printing would inherently change the digital manufacturing landscape with technology to provide production parts that match or exceed injection molding material properties, part finishes, and quality.

In 2015, that 3D printing technology arrived in the form of the Carbon CLIP M Series Printer using Digital Light Synthesis (DLS).

See how Vitamix, TTH, and Carbon came together to “rethink the possible” to take a legacy 6-piece injection molded part design and optimize it into a new single-piece 3D printed nozzle while reducing material by 30% and increasing strength 10x.

 


 

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The Technology House (TTH) Is Your Single Source for Contract Manufacturing

TTH specializes in production and prototyping services, including:

Dedicated Project Management

We manage every step of your project, so we have the engineering tools to incorporate last-minute design changes, the materials to produce the parts, the manpower flexibility to produce them, and high-speed shipping services to deliver them on time.

Certifications

The Technology House’s sister company, Sea Air Space Machining & Molding, holds certifications quality standards for ISO 9001:2015+AS9100D (aerospace and defense), ISO13485:2016 (medical devices), ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) and Nadcap (National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) for non-conventional machining.

Part Design Review

Our project managers and engineers provide a “fresh pair of eyes” on your project, reviewing all files at no extra cost so we can verify file accuracy and suggest a time and money-saving design, process, and material changes.

Carbon Clip Digital Light Synthesis

Enabled by Carbon’s proprietary CLIP Technology, DLS uses digital light projection, oxygen permeable optics, and programmable liquid resins to produce products with much-improved durability, resolution and surface finish over traditional 3D printing. Learn More >

Confidence . . . and Confidentiality

You can be confident about the security of your proprietary designs. Our comprehensive confidentiality policies protect your intellectual property.
 

 
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