In'Tech Industries Expands Fleet of Stereo-Lithography Systems

In'Tech Industries announced that strong growth in both the investment casting and industrial rapid prototyping sectors have driven an unprecedented expansion of its line of Stereo-lithography systems. According to company officials, product demand has resulted in the addition of yet another 3D Systems IPro 8000 SLA System, beyond the 12 existing SLA systems already in place.

In'Tech VTM Operations Manager Randy Stevens said, "Industrial growth and demand of quick cast investment patterns are on the rise. With our in-house SLA system maintenance and strong engineering expertise, our SLA systems' downtime is kept to an absolute minimum. These capabilities support our ability to keep our systems tightly maintained and tuned, consistently providing high tolerance parts for the investment casting and industrial markets."

In'Tech expanded its material offerings in the fourth quarter of 2011 with the introduction of 3D Systems' latest resin development of "CastPro." The product proved to have a superior SLA casting resin that provides improved thin wall drainage, superior dimensional stability and strength designed specifically for quick cast patterns. "CastPro's considerable green strength also supports our ability to produce high quality patterns quickly and consistently for customer demands," Stevens explained.

In addition to its leading presence in the injection molding, rapid prototyping and engineering and tooling sectors, In'Tech is also a leader in providing high tolerance medical and dental components. Its acquired expertise and achievements continue to push the limits of stereo-lithography for these markets. The company prides itself in the quick-turn demands of high-precision, quick-cast investment casting patterns, as well as other traditional industrial market applications.

Since 1967, In'Tech Industries Inc. has been a family owned and operated engineering, tooling and manufacturing company specializing in tooling, plastic injection molding and insert molding. In'Tech later diversified its expertise by becoming a leader in engineering support, precision tooling and molding capabilities in the hearing health care and medical marketplace.

In 2000, In'Tech acquired in-house Stereolithography® capabilities to support its own product development as well as to offer services to other medical and dental markets. Today the company is a leading service provider of high-tolerance, high-precision medical and dental components.

For more information, visit: www.intech-ind.com

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