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NASA Robots Use Additive Manufactured Parts In Space

Posted on: April 18th, 2019 by The Technology House

Thanks to the team at NASA Johnson Space Center and the Seeker Program, led by lead engineer Christopher Radke, we will finally see additive manufactured parts flying in space on the free flying autonomous robots Seeker and Kenobi. The Seeker program will test the robotic free flying robots that will fly in space around spacecrafts…

Desktop 3D Printing

Posted on: December 18th, 2018 by Randal Pope

The Desktop 3D Printing Process Desktop 3D printers build parts from a computer-aided design (CAD) file by extruding thermoplastic filament layer by layer through a nozzle from a spool of material.  The nozzle moves horizontally under the direction of the computer aided manufacturing (CAM) software package.  The nozzle is heated, and the material hardens after…

3D Scale Models

Posted on: December 18th, 2018 by The Technology House

Display Models TTH applies many of the same engineering, design, model-making, and production skills we use in creating detailed prototypes to producing a growing line of scale models of aircraft and sea-going vessels and display items. They’re popular choices as retirement mementos and collectors’ items, for home and office décor, and as versatile show models,…

The Technology House wins award at 2018 TCT Awards

Posted on: October 9th, 2018 by The Technology House

          The second annual TCT Awards took place in Birmingham, UK on September 26th, awarding ground-breaking technology and applications from designers to engineers to technology providers. The awards were hosted by Robert Llewellyn, a renowned British actor and presenter. In total, there were 14 competitive award categories and The Technology House…

TTH Presenting at the 7th Annual North East Ohio (NEO) Manufacturing Symposium

Posted on: September 26th, 2018 by The Technology House

Come hear from The Technology House’s VP of Sales and Project Management, Greg Cebular as he partakes in a “New Frontiers in Manufacturing Technology” panel discussion at the NEO Manufacturing Symposium. He will be sitting on the panel in Workshop #2 and adding his expertise on how TTH is adapting to the everchanging world of…

3D Printing for Production: Stepping into Production

Posted on: September 21st, 2018 by The Technology House

We are honored to be highlighted in the latest Additive Manufacturing Magazine September 2018 Issue. In the article, we were able to share our 20 year background in 3D printing and how we are running new technology, like the Carbon’s Speedcell, in production. Click here to read the whole article by Stephanie Hendrixson with Additive…

How 3D Printing with Stereolithography is Helping Launch a new Surgical Navigation Technology

Posted on: August 14th, 2018 by The Technology House

Some of us learn by simply reading from a textbook, others learn by hearing directions aloud, but many of us learn from hands-on exposure to a task or concept presented to us. The Technology House (TTH) teamed up with Cleveland-based medical start-up company Centerline Biomedical, Inc. to aid in their demonstration and explanation of their…

TTH Presenting At the Advanced Design and Manufacturing Cleveland Expo

Posted on: February 28th, 2018 by Greg Cebular

Join us at ADM Cleveland 2018 in booth 602. March 7-8, 2018 – Cleveland, OH Use our promo code SPECIAL for a FREE expo pass!  What is Advanced Design and Manufacturing (ADM) Cleveland? ADM Cleveland will deliver the full spectrum of advanced design and manufacturing technology. Engineers and executives will get access to the latest…

TTH Presenting At the SAE Additive Manufacturing in Motion Symposium

Posted on: February 26th, 2018 by Greg Cebular

Vist us at the SAE 2018 Additive Manufacturing in Motion Symposium March 13-14, 2018 – Cleveland, OH Booth #102   What is the Additive Manufacturing in Motion Symposium? This premier additive manufacturing event for the mobility industry is your chance to hear from technical experts in automobile and aerospace OEMs and Tier 1 and 2…

Carbon: The Ultimate Tool in the Additive Manufacturing Tool Belt

Posted on: December 12th, 2017 by Owen Timlin

Material Properties. Part Design. Part Finish. Economics. Lead Time. Pick Two. That is how most projects go in Additive Manufacturing. It is very rare in the AM world where you can have your cake and eat it too. That is why the University of Adelaide Project is so special. First Approach Dr. Tommaso Watson’s Airlock…