The Technology HouseSea, Air and Space

Where Today’s Ideas Are Tomorrow’s Products

The Technology House (TTH) and Sea Air Space Machining & Molding (SAS) are sister companies providing contract manufacturing for prototyping and production. As advanced contract manufacturers, both are vertically integrated to combine the latest Additive Manufacturing technologies with traditional Cast Urethane Molding, Injection Molding and CNC Machining processes to take products from Design to Prototype and throughout the Production life cycle.

The Technology House, a Veteran Owned Small Business, was founded in 1996 as a 3D Printing or Rapid Prototyping Service Bureau. TTH has expanded over the last 20+ years to support customer products from napkin sketch to final production part.

Sea Air Space Machining & Molding, a Woman Owned Small Business, was founded in 2008 with a focus on ISO certified production for Aerospace, Defense, and Medical industries but commonly support Automotive, Industrial and Consumer markets as well.

With two facilities and 85,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space, TTH and SAS can take your product from design to production all with one organization.

Contract Manufacturing – Prototyping and Production

To stay ahead of competition, companies must use innovative manufacturing technologies to get better products to market faster. We strive to invest in the latest 3D printing, molding and machining technologies, materials, software and automation to keep up with the ongoing technology innovations that come with manufacturing today in Industry 4.0 . Our internal process identifies the best manufacturing technology and material solution, based on the requirements of the part and project, to efficiently produce one part or thousands of parts.

Engineering & Quality Service

To make quality products, first you must prove you are a worthy partner. We did this by attaining the highest industry standards for quality.

In order to control the quality of the products created, we brought various enhanced capabilities in-house over the years to reduce risk and create accountability from start to finish. 

3D Printing Solutions

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 production nozzle. Thousands of parts are now printed per year with 30% material reduction, 10% increased durability and 30% reduced landed cost.

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