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.
Founder and CEO
Under the leadership and vision of founder John 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.
Founder and First Employee of T-Tech, Inc.
1984 to present. As a founder she has been known to work at all the tasks of the small business. Over the years she specialized in production management responsible for 1 to 55 employees. Helen holds an animal science degree. Her hobbies include breaking and training horses, with hunters and jumpers her specialty. She was employed in the horse industry for many years before T-Tech in Virginia, Florida, and Kentucky. You may see Helen and her dog, Minibee pet visiting elderly and hospice patients in a local hospital.
Senior Software Designer
Dan is the architect for the IsoPro software development projects. You will interface with him when you require a custom application to the IsoPro / Quick Circuit product. He has been involved in special code design for the United States Army custom software applications to precision microwave fabrication applications to custom interfacing with assembly robotic equipment. He is currently working on a special computer vision product for a T-Tech, Inc. customer. You may find yourself saying, “I didn’t know T-Tech, Inc. did that.” Dan is an avid cyclist and is regularly found on the Appalachian Trail, for a weekend backpacking trip.
Abid works in production building electronic controllers, mechanical robotics components and testing fixtures. He possesses a unique experience in robotics with a background in engineering. He is currently a student studding computer science at Georgia State. You will find him on the weekends with his nose in a chemistry, or software theory book.
Assistant to the CEO
Faith assists in the management operations of T-Tech, Inc. with duties including human resources, accounting functions, general and administrative duties. She is a retired RN, LPn with neo-Nadal specialties. She has three children, two grandchildren and one on the way.
Derek’s duties include design revision control, testing and fabricating new products for market evaluation, engineering tests and reviews. He is an engineering student at GA Tech, and a volunteer hockey coach.
Larry is a senior graphic designer with a videography specialty. His skills and specialties are computer graphics from web design to product videos. He retired from Better Homes and Gardens as their head of the Advertising Sales department, to start his own graphic firm. He has been working with T-Tech, Inc. for three years. He is the father of four wonderful children and has been known to compete in the local muzzle loading target competitions.
Charles is responsible for the network Administrations, Server platform design and management at T-Tech, Inc. Charles keeps us in compliance with current IT technology. Charles has had this position at T-Tech for over 20 years.
Bob is a senior RF, Digital and electrical engineer with specialties in microcontroller development. He has been known to write a dual disk operating system for IBM, work with the military developing high tech products to keep our troops safe originally in the air and now on the ground to implementing code for our Quick Circuit products. In his fun time he owns and operates Radio Free Roanoke, a non-profit community radio station, and teaches Taekwondo.
Sajjad has been working with T-Tech since 1990. He developed the controller for the Quick Circuits, Designed the quick Plate system and continues to update the microcode for the Quick Circuit products. In his spare time he has been developing voice recognitionA software for the RF marketplace.
Hanson's expertise is in mechatronics. His knowledge of electronics combined with robotics and mechanics has made him an excellent quick circuit manufacturing engineer. On the weekend you will see Henson playing ultimate frisbee.