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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 solutions in the product development process with cutting-edge technologies, networking events, and educational opportunities.

Who Should Attend?

Engineers and executives who use or are interested in contract manufacturing services like 3D printing, additive manufacturing, injection molding and CNC machining in key industries such as automotive, medtech, aerospace, robotics, automation, plastics, packaging, and design technology. The conference will have interactive events and exhibits for people of all skill levels.

Will I See TTH There?

Of course!  We will be exhibiting at the conference at booth #602.  Be sure to stop by to see how we are using innovative contract manufacturing technologies that pair 3D printing and additive manufacturing with traditional injection molding and CNC machining. Also, we will have plenty of free giveaways.

In addition, Mark Horner, VP of Business Development, will be offering two presentations:

Capitalizing on the Changing Dynamics of 3D Printing Wednesday, March 7, 10:00-10: 45 am

This panel, also including Jack Heslin (3D Tech Talks), Dave Pierson (MAGNET) and Tracy Albers (Rapid Prototype and Manufacturing LLC), will explore how to leverage the shifts in smart manufacturing dynamics resulting from 3D printing, how to manage throughput when frequently changing out materials; and how to scale up efficiently without sacrificing quality, new materials, new possibilities, and new processes.

Next-Gen Materials for 3D Printing Wednesday, March 7, 3:15-4: 00 pm

Users know what 3D printing can do for them but now they are looking to save money on materials and usage costs while maintaining the “wow” factor of what they are creating. New 3D printers and technologies can create shapes that haven’t existed before, as well as lighter objects that don’t sacrifice strength. You will hear about applications that are solving industry issues by taking advantage of the Carbon Digital Light Synthesis process and materials to produce production quality components without traditional tooling or manufacturing processes.

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 suppliers, as well as experts from government and academia. You’ll learn about the needs, research, development activities and solutions that will help maximize the benefits of additive manufacturing.

Who Should Attend?

Manufacturing engineers, business development professionals, research engineers, design engineers, product engineers, system design engineers, researchers and academia who are looking from more information regarding the value, ROI, development and next generation of additive manufacturing technology.

Will I See TTH There?

Of course!  We will be exhibiting at the conference at booth #102.  Be sure to stop by to see firsthand the innovation and benefits of 3D printing and additive manufacturing.  Also, we will have plenty of free giveaways.

In addition, Mark Horner, VP of Business Development, will be presenting a session explaining applications that are solving industry issues by taking advantage of the Carbon Digital Light Synthesis process and materials to produce production quality components without traditional tooling or manufacturing processes.

TTH Sponsoring Partner For R3D@ Tri-C- Regional 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Conference

Posted on: September 19th, 2017 by The Technology House

Come visit TTH this Thursday & Friday at the annual R3D@TRI-C Cleveland 3D Printing Conference at the Huntington Convention Center on September 21-22, 2017.

We recommend coming for the opportunity to see and hear Jason Lopes from Carbon speak about his work in 3D printing and how Carbon is driving the future of additive manufacturing.

To purchase tickets to attend, click HERE.

 

R3D Conference

R3D @ Tri-C

Tri-C’s Workforce Community, Economic and Development Division is excited to host the third annual R3D @ Tri-C Conference at the Huntington Convention Center located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Beginning Thursday, September 21, 2017 with a networking event featuring a variety of hands-on workshops for everyone.  Friday, September 22, 2017 will be a day of informative sessions about the latest advances in additive manufacturing technologies, product innovation and case studies.  Along with a keynote presentation by Jason Lopes, 3D Printing Evangelist.

Date:

  • September 21-22, 2017

Who should attend?

  • Companies using additive manufacturing technology and those interested in getting started
  • Entrepreneurs interested in using additive manufacturing technologies
  • Educators who have a vested interest in current and future trends in additive manufacturing, including 7-12 grade educators and higher education faculty/staff

Location:

  • Huntington Convention Center, 1 St Clair Ave NE, Cleveland, OH 44114

Cost:

  • Individual registration $125
  • Educator discount and CEU’s available, please email R3D@tri-c.edu for more information

Keynote Address 2017

 

Jason Lopes

3D Printing Evangelist

Production Development Engineer, CARBON

Jason Lopes is the former lead systems engineer with Legacy Effect who helped create some of the biggest Hollywood blockbusters of all time utilizing Additive Manufacturing. Jason’s credits include Avatar, Terminator Genisys & Salvation, 2012, Thor, Iron Man 1,2, & 3, Cowboys & Aliens, Real Steel, Life of Pi, Captain America 2, Robocop and Pacific Rim; amongst other successful TV and film productions.  After leaving Legacy Effects Jason now helps companies, leverage Additive Manufacturing and educates all spaces of 3D Printing.

Jason is a strong advocate of 3D printing, which has proven to be an invaluable tool in his production workflow, along with 3D scanning, 3D design and 3D modeling. He has been operating numerous 3D printing technologies for a number of years to assist in the production of stunning visual effects and products and was awarded 3D Printing Industry’s Maker Of The Year 2017 the DINO (Distinguished Innovative Operators Award) in 2012 by the Additive Manufacturing Users Group.

Keynote Address Thursday

Thursday’s Keynote

Michael Block, Application Engineer, Stratasys

Mike has been with Stratasys for over 9 years and his roles included: project coordinator, technical support specialist and applications engineer. He is currently supporting the education sector for the Americas and assists with the application support emails for the Americas as well. Mike also lead a team of application engineers on the Comic Con Creature project that appeared on Jimmy Kimmel.

TTH is sponsoring the event along with the following:

Case Western Reserve University Engineering
MAGNET
America Makes