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In'Tech Industries Inc. to Showcase 3D Printing at MD&M West


RAMSEY, Minn., Feb. 11 – Leading rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing and 3D printing service provider, In'Tech Industries Inc., today announced its exhibit at MD&M West 2013 to be held Feb. 12-14 in Anaheim, California.

"We're looking forward to showcasing our capabilities to professionals looking for resources that speed medical devices to market with 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies to achieve greater time and cost savings typically offers through traditional manufacturing methods," said In'Tech regional sales manager Dylan Tierney.

In`Tech is a leading global supplier of miniature plastic component parts for the medical, dental and consumer electronics industries. The company offers direct digital part prototyping and production via Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), PolyJet 3D Printing, and Stereolithography (SLA) technologies. In'Tech's exhibit is located in Booth 3079 / Hall C of the Anaheim Convention Center.

Show Location:
Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Ave., Anaheim, California 92802
Register to attend online.

Show Dates and Hours:
February 12-13, 2013
10:00am - 5:00pm

February 14, 2013
10:00am - 4:00pm

MD&M West is produced by UBM Canon, a company dedicated to advancing the manufacturing sector through information, commerce and innovation. MD&M West provides a large network for engineer, R&D, design and manufacturing professionals from the medical technology industry, as well as, manufacturing engineers from aerospace, electronics, packaging, automation, plastics and robotics. The event is co-located with AeroCon, Automation Technology Expo, Electronics West, Pacific Design & Manufacturing, Plastec West and Sustainability in Manufacturing trade shows.

In'Tech Rapid Prototyping & Additive Manufacturing Center

In'Tech's RP&AM Center houses three 3D Systems iPro 9000 SLA production printers, five 3D Systems iPro 8000 SLA production printers, six 3D Systems Viper Si2 SLA systems, one Objet Connex500 3D printer, two Objet Connex350 3D printers, one Objet Eden500 3D printer, one Objet Eden333 3D printer and one Stratasys Titan 3D production system. The 8,000 sq. ft. climate controlled laboratory is managed by an on-site service technician who maintains all equipment to optimize performance requirements for precision output and part accuracy. In'Tech Industries Inc. was founded in 1967. Its 64,000 sq. ft facility houses four centers: Tooling, Engineering, Injection Molding and Rapid Prototyping & Additive Manufacturing and employs 110 people. For more information, visit: www.intechrp.com and www.intech-ind.com.

About UBM Canon, Producer of MD&M West

UBM Canon LLC, the leading B2B media company dedicated exclusively to the global $3.0 trillion advanced manufacturing sector, helps support the flow of information, commerce and innovation in such sophisticated segments as medical devices and pharmaceutical development. UBM Canon also addresses cutting-edge developments in broader areas of advanced engineering design and manufacturing, and manufacturing processes and packaging.

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