The Pellet Extrusion System on the Atlas allows you to utilize materials that have never been 3D printed with before on traditional filament extrusion systems. The expanded range of available materials include thermal expanding foam, extremely soft and flexible resins, widely used polypropylene and nylons, and extremely rigid materials and high fill glass and carbon fiber polycarbontes and more.
The Pellet Extrusion System uses widely available injection molding pellets that range in cost from $1 to $10 per pound on commodity resins, and $10 to $30 per pound on exotic resins. Material costs are greatly reduced compared to filament, which ranges from $10 to $100 per pound.
Shorter Print Times
Titan’s Pellet Extrusion System can reach maximum extrusion rates of 18 pounds per hour, with average printing pounds per hour ranging from 5 to 8 pounds per hour. The Pellet Extrusion System’s high deposition rates means extremely large parts can be printed in one to two days versus weeks with filament extrusion.
The Cronus is the next generation of 3D printing hardware by Titan Robotics, featuring a multi-gantry design that uses five print heads working together on a single part. The Cronus is powered by Autodesk® Netfabb® software that intelligently distributes tool paths between multiple print heads working in unison on a single printer.
The Cronus allows users to 3D print industrial scale parts at higher speeds and with greater detail than with traditional single-head 3D printing.
Titan’s unique off-set gantry design means the Cronus can be customized with the desired number of gantries and print volume.
The Cronus features a precision machined steel frame, Yaskawa servo drives, ball screws on all axes and profiled linear rails for increased speed, accuracy and repeatability.
Titan’s passion is to improve additive manufacturing on a large scale by designing and building industrial 3D printing systems.
Titan Robotics takes a different approach to large-format 3D printing.
Titan uses the same principals seen in industrial CNC machinery when fabricating 3D printers, instead of scaling up inadequate technology used in small 3D printers commonly seen in today’s market.
Titan uses high quality, CNC components and precision machined steel to build our machines. Titan’s goal is to provide solutions in additive manufacturing, through our standard industrial 3D printers or through purpose built systems for unique applications.
We start with a rigid steel frame and CNC quality components.
Our closed loop servo machines print premier quality parts every time.
We can design and build systems custom to your unique application.
Whether it’s remote or in the field, our 3D printing experts have you covered.
The Atlas is Titan Robotics’ flagship 3-axis industrial 3D printer. With three standard build volumes ranging from 30″X x 30″Y x 45″Z to 42″X x 42″Y x 48″Z, the Atlas can be customized to meet the needs of our clients. Available as an open air machine or with a heated enclosure, the Atlas is designed with premium quality electronics and precision components on all axes for maximum speed, accuracy, and reliability.
The Hyperion is our Core XY based high-speed printer made with precision machined components. The standard build volume is 24″X x 24″Y x 24″Z and is fully enclosed in a custom heated chamber. Just as robust as the Atlas, the Hyperion also features a precision machined steel frame and the highest quality components for maximum speed, accuracy and reliability.
Titan Robotics is also a service bureau. If you’d like us to print your large-format part, please send us the file and request a quote. For more information on our service bureau work, click here.
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