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Articles by T-Tech Inc.

T-Tech Inc. & The Geek Group partner to provide PCB design/prototyping

June 5, 2014

T-Tech Inc. and The Geek Group announced a joint agreement to offer a state of the art solution and facility for rapid printed circuit board (PCB) design, verification, and fabrication. The collaboration will combine T-Tech's QCJ5 series Quick Circuit System and IsoPro® Software for PCB prototyping with The Geek Group's expertise and 43,000 square foot Leonard Street Labs Facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan.


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T-Tech Inc. Mill Path Generation and CAD Editing Software

June 7, 2011
T-Tech Inc. announces the release of IsoPro® 3.1, Mill Path Generation and CAD editing software for Quick Circuit users. Live demonstrations of the software are planned at IMS 2011 in Booth 717. The newly added features include: •CheckByTouch® broken bit detection ContactByTouch® automatic depth sensing •ATC® automatic tool change...
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T-Tech Offering JVISION as Standard Feature on All QCJ5 Series Prototyping Systems

June 4, 2011
At IMS 2011, T-Tech Inc. (Booth 717) will be providing demonstrations of JVISION®, fiducial recognition and alignment capability for QCJ5 series prototyping systems. JVISION fiducial recognition provides QCJ5 prototyping system users with the ability to align a circuit board for multilayer production or rework, through the use IsoPro® 3.1...
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T-Tech Introduces J5 Advanced PCB Prototyping System

June 5, 2009
T-Tech Inc. introduces the Quick Circuit J5, an advanced state-of-the-art in-house circuit board prototyping system. The J5 features full z-axis motion control; 32-position automatic tool change; automatic tool-depth control; vacuum table; 0.00025" resolution; and a 60,000/100,000 rpm variable speed spindle. With customers in over 46 countries, T-Tech is a...
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Improvements to Desktop Circuit Board Prototyping

October 19, 2007
Desktop milling machines for prototyping circuit boards have long been particularly helpful to microwave engineering development teams. Often a circuit or a critical part (filter, amplifier, coupler, etc.) needs to be designed quickly to keep the entire project on schedule. In many cases the desktop milling system can create...
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