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Innovated Solutions to showcase software, 3D printing

March 6, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry - Innovated Solutions staff, shown from left to right: Jake Shannon, senior application engineer; John Azzato III, vice president of operations and sales; and Jim Wolf, business manager and sales, review the design of several parts which the company creates with their 3D rapid prototyping capabilities

ST. MARYS - Innovated Solutions, formerly Arete IRC, does just what its name says - provides solutions for companies in the form of software and 3D rapid prototyping.
Located in the Franklin Center in downtown St. Marys, the company employs a small staff of five employees, including Eric Wonderling, president; John Azzato III, vice president of operations and sales; Jim Wolf, business manager and sales; and Jake Shannon, senior application engineer.
As co-owners, Wonderling and Azzato have been with the business since it was created just over two years ago.
The company plans to showcase their products and services during the upcoming March 8 APMI dinner being held at Gunner's Restaurant in St. Marys. Attendees will have the opportunity to win a 37-inch, high-definition flat-screen television, along with four gift certificates worth $200 off any type of sample prototype.
In an effort to make the public aware of the business, the company plans to hold an open house on Tuesday, March 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors can get an up-close look at rapid prototyping machines printing and demonstrations on CAD (computer-aided design) software.

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