Learn how companies use our digital manufacturing services to solve complex challenges and bring their concepts to market faster and more cost-effectively, time and time again.
In our additive manufacturing case studies, learn how our 3D printing services are able to solve some of our customers' biggest challenges.
Learn how Carbon additive technology allowed the NASA team to successfully pursue agile development for space hardware and how the Carbon Platform + plastic material Cyanate Ester 221 was validated as a viable production solution for their nimble venture into new robotics.
Read this case study to learn how Vitamix collaborated with TTH and Carbon to completely redesign and produce an innovative nozzle that is 10x more durable and 30% more economical than the previous nozzle. Vitamix is in the process of deploying tens of thousands of these nozzles into stores.
See how one of our customers uses models to ensure their implants will fit patients properly before surgery. Using the stereolithography process, we create models of both the patient’s skull and the implant from the customer-provided CAT scan data. In this case study on stereolithography, learn how we've reduced the amount of time needed to create the implant as well as reduced surgery time by eight to twelve hours.
Learn how we use the urethane casting process to find manufacturing solutions to our customer’s biggest challenges.
Learn how we use the different injection molding solutions to fit our customer’s cost, quality and timing needs.
A medical device company came to TTH to move a project from prototype to injection mold production. The problem was that the part’s original design appearance could not be altered, which would have made it very costly and difficult to injection mold. Learn how we were both able to save time and money by establishing a relationship early on in the process.
Learn how we adapt to new challenges with specialized equipment to meet the requirements of our customers.
A local aerospace manufacturer needed to remove gates (the leftover material from the channel used to fill a mold) from their airfoils using electrical discharge machining. Learn about their partnership with The Technology House (TTH) and how we are able to turn parts around within 48 hours.
See how we partnered with Vitamix and Carbon to redefine what's possible. We took a legacy, six-piece, injection-molded part design and turned it into a new, one-piece, 3D-printed part.
Our integrated approach to design, prototyping, and production allows you to bring your concept to market faster and more cost-effectively than virtually anyone else.