3-D proves to be a prolific view
Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Rachel Abbey McCafferty.
The Technology House got its start nearly 20 years ago by embracing a then-new process: rapid prototyping or, as it’s more commonly known now, 3-D printing.
CEO Chip Gear said the company he was with previously was an early adopter of the technology and found it really cut down on the time it took to get an idea from inception to production. He decided to buy an SLA (stereolithography apparatus) machine and start a company in Solon.
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Originally published October 25, 2015.
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