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Under the leadership and vision of founders John and Helen Taylor, T-Tech, Inc. began in 1983 as a contract printed circuit board assembly business known for its quality and service. Utilizing knowledge of mechanical engineering and electrical circuit board technology, John envisioned a product that would solve many of his customers' prototyping challenges. This new product, named Quick Circuit, was developed for electronics research and design laboratories.

Celebrating our 30th year of experience serving the industry, T-Tech, Inc. has evolved into the nation's leading manufacturer of printed circuit board prototyping systems with thousands of systems in the field. Our customers range from some of the world's largest corporations and research institutions to small businesses. With clients in over 46 countries, T-Tech, Inc. has developed a worldwide reputation for precision, quality, and service.

T-Tech, Inc. continues to evaluate its customers' prototyping requirements in order to design new products that meet the industry's changing demands. In addition to the design and manufacture of the Quick Circuit system in Norcross, Georgia, the company develops and supports its own software. By manufacturing and offering products such as the Quick Plate through hole plating system, SMT Assembly Equipment and more, T-Tech provides all the resources required for in-house circuit board prototyping.

T-Tech, Inc. has long been considered an industry innovator. T-Tech works closely with commercial and educational sectors around the world to support electronic design and research for analog, digital, and RF and microwave applications in sectors including Aerospace, Defense, and Telecommunications.

T-Tech, Inc. is proud of its innovative approach to customer service. Unlimited free technical support after the sale, free updates on documentation, and often free software are all standard for T-Tech. Post sale customer visits by our staff keep us in touch with ongoing changes in our customers' prototyping requirements and help to maintain our valued relationships.