In'Tech Industries history in manufacturing dates back to our founding in 1967. A lot has changed since then, but we remain dedicated to putting our customers at the forefront of everything we do. We are a leader, and pioneer in additive manufacturing with our division's services dating back to 2001.
to consider In'Tech Industries for your on-going projects
Full-service manufacturing is what we do here at In'Tech. We have the capability, and the capacity to print parts and components on short notice. You no longer have to wait weeks for your project to keep moving forward, we can print parts in as fast as 1 to 3 days, depending on the complexity and scale of your build. If you need a quote or are ready to get started - click here.
Just as you would expect from a company that has been in business for over 50 years, we have invested a great amount of capital towards meeting the demands of businesses and customers large and small. We are proud to be one of the largest full-service manufacturing providers in the United States.
We have been offering our additive manufacturing services since 2001, and we have learned from experience how to make the process of getting started really simple. You can get a quote here, and once you submit your file our team will complete a hands-on review of your request. We quickly provide you a quote via email, and because of our hands-on approach - you can ensure accuracy each time.
Over 25 industrial 3D printers, 5 technologies, multiple materials, and quality controls
Take your idea from design to delivery in 1-3 days
Our company was founded in 1967, we have over 50 years of experience in manufacturing
Brief history of In'Tech Industries
Serving our customers with 3D Printing since 2001
Our history dates back to 1967, where In'Tech Industries got its start in tooling. We've grown a bit since then, and in addition to Tooling Services, we also offer Engineering Services, Injection Molding, and 3D Printing. You could say a lot has changed over the years, but there is one thing that still holds true. At In'Tech Industries, we stand to enhance the quality of life by designing and manufacturing high-quality innovative products.
A snapshot overview of our facilities
72,000 Square feet of manufacturing space, 158 team members, 2 locations
Over the past five decades, we've managed to scale our business significantly. Through dedication to customer support, quality standards, and investments in innovation and new technologies we stand ready to serve no matter what the need.
In’Tech Industries 3D Printing Division provides Rapid Prototyping and Additive Manufacturing (RP/AM) capabilities in five technologies; Stereolithography (SLA), PolyJet, Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS). The diversity in technology allows us the ability to provide our customers designed parts that range from soft material to rigid plastics to hard metals.
The 3D Printing Division at In'Tech Industries is housed in two locations. A 10,000 square foot facility in Ramsey, MN and 6,000 square foot facility in Racine, WI. These spaces offer climate controlled Virtual Translation Manufacturing (VTM) laboratories that are managed by an on-site service technician which enables us to optimize performance and capabilities.
In’Tech also offers numerous finishing options such as sealing, sanding, polishing and painting to provide a wide array of complete parts or patterns. Our team strives to work with our customers from inception to delivery to provide their ideal product with quick and responsive turnaround times.
We own/operate the following machines
3D Systems ProX™ 800 SLA®
The ProX 800 delivers part accuracy and surface quality achievable only with Stereolithography (SLA). Immediately produce low- to medium-run parts at a lower per-unit cost, and build massive, highly detailed pieces faster.
3D Systems iPro™ 9000 SLA®
This printer quickly and economically builds ABS plastic-like parts with exceptional accuracy, surface smoothness, and feature resolution. It is well suited to produce extra-large parts without the need to build in sections and assemble.
3D Systems iPro™ 8000 SLA®
The iPro 8000 is a high-productivity, mid-range SLA® 3D printing system that builds robust parts with outstanding surface smoothness, feature resolution, edge definition and tolerances.
The Viper si2 SLA system is our first solid imaging system to combine standard AND high-resolution part building in the same system. Now, with one machine, you can tackle an unequaled range of solid imaging applications.
The Fortus 900mc is built specifically for manufacturing and heavy industries, where you plan and work big. With the largest build size of any Fortus system, it's designed to handle the most demanding manufacturing needs.
Stratasys Continous Build 3D Dem.
A modular, automated FDM 3D manufacturing system with interconnected, high-throughput capabilities. Designed for reliability and repeatability at scaleable volumes.
The Connex500™ is the first 3D printing system that jets multiple model materials simultaneously. It offers the ability to print parts and assemblies made of multiple model materials, with different properties, all in a single build.
The Connex350™ is the first 3D printing system that jets multiple model materials simultaneously. It offers the ability to print parts and assemblies made of multiple model materials, with different properties, all in a single build.
Stratasys ObJet™ Eden 500V
The Eden500V™ 3-Dimensional Printing System is the ideal solution for large-size model requirements or when high productivity is vital. Its build size of up to 500 x 400 x 200mm eliminates the need to glue smaller pieces together for large models.
Brown and Sharpe Global Classic CMM
Tailored for maximum performance, the Hexagon Global® Advantage is a flexible gauging system that can efficiently and effectively complete a wide variety of measurement and inspection projects.
The Fortus 380mc and 450mc let you build parts in the materials you're familiar with, but with the advanced complexity and high requirements needed for today's manufacturers. Agile enough to use 10 different materials and loaded with easy-to-use interfaces and software controls, the Fortus printing systems enable you to produce complex parts more efficiently and effectively than ever before.