Tag: Advanced Manufacturing


Titan & Infinite Material Solutions Host Joint Webinar

Watch the Webinar Here:

On Thursday, December 3, 2020, Titan Robotics and Infinite Material Solutions hosted an informative joint webinar on large-scale, high temperature 3D printing with pellet extrusion and hybrid pellet and filament extrusion.

For those who missed the webinar, it is now available online!

If you would like to see your part 3D printed on Titan’s industrial Atlas systems with pellet extrusion and AquaSys 180, please contact the Titan Robotics team here.


Titan Robotics and Infinite™ Material Solutions Collaborate on Novel Water Soluble 3D Printing Materials

Titan and Infinite™ host Webinar Dec. 3 on Use of Infinite™ AquaSys® Water Soluble Support Materials on Titan’s Industrial Pellet and Hybrid Extrusion based Atlas Platform

December 1, 2020  – Titan Robotics, Ltd. and Infinite™ Material Solutions announce a strategic partnership to provide novel water soluble materials for industrial additive manufacturing applications. The collaboration between the two companies leverages Titan’s production additive manufacturing platforms with pellet and multi-head extrusion systems with Infinite™ Material Solutions’ AquaSys® materials portfolio. These materials can be used as both water soluble support materials compatible with a variety of structural polymers and in soluble core applications.

3D Printed Soluble Core out of AquaSys® 180 pellets
Soluble Core 3D printed on Titan’s Atlas with AquaSys® 180 pellets

Titan’s state-of-the-art Atlas 3D printers with Hybrid Pellet + Filament Extrusion and Dual Pellet Extrusion systems enable the use of dual materials to be printed using low-cost pellet feedstocks. With the Atlas’ heated enclosure reaching 80°C (176°F), industrial customers can print complex geometries using high-temperature pellet materials such as carbon fiber filled PEI or glass fiber filled PEKK with AquaSys® 180 high-temperature water soluble support material in either pellet or filament form. Customers can also print engineering materials like Nylons, ABS, PC and more with AquaSys® 120 general purpose water soluble support material in either pellet or filament form

“As an industrial additive manufacturing solutions provider, Titan’s production-ready systems and technology are an ideal fit with Infinite™ Material Solutions’ innovative and disruptive materials,” said Titan CEO Rahul Kasat. “Titan’s mission is to enable the adoption of additive manufacturing into industrial production, and materials like AquaSys® 120 and 180 make that possible by enabling the use of engineering grade materials with a water soluble support material. This enables our industrial customers to print more complex geometries without worrying about impacting surface finish during support removal.”

Together, Titan and Infinite™ are working to transform 3D printing and break down barriers to its adoption in industrial production. As part of the collaboration, Titan and Infinite™ are hosting an informative joint webinar on December 3, 2020, that will highlight several industrial 3D printing applications and techniques including Hybrid Pellet + Filament Extrusion and include advanced tips and tricks for dual material 3D printing.

“Infinite Material Solutions has been collaborating with Titan for the past two years and share a common vision of the future in additive.  The two teams share a common goal to provide disruptive solutions to the AM market; a printing platform and novel materials to enable ultimate user innovation.  We see huge potential for customers / end users to unlock new opportunities,” said Larry Doerr, Chief Operations Officer at Infinite™ Material Solutions.

3D printed duct GF PEKK and AquaSys® 180
3D Printed Aerospace Intake Duct out of Glass Fiber PEKK pellets and AquaSys® 180 filament

The collaboration between Titan Robotics and Infinite™ Material Solutions gives customers the advantages of selecting the right materials for their industrial applications without sacrificing part design or performance.

As an authorized distributor of Infinite™ Material Solutions 3D printing pellet materials, Titan will support their ongoing development of new material formulations for pellet extrusion 3D printing on the Atlas platform.

Be sure to join Titan and Infinite™ for an exciting webinar on 3D Printing Day – December 3, 2020 at 1pm MST! Register for the webinar Here.

About Pellet Extrusion on the Atlas

Pellet extrusion on the Atlas enables production additive manufacturing solutions by printing directly with plastic pellets instead of traditional filament. Pellet extrusion increases throughput and decreases material costs, while also expanding the variety of materials that can be 3D printed.

Pellet Extrusion on the Atlas enables order of magnitude material cost savings compared to traditional 3D printing filaments and the ability to print with hundreds of grades of resins. From flexible, low durometer materials up to high-performance and highly filled engineering materials, pellet extrusion on the Atlas utilizes open market materials.

Pellet Extrusion on the Atlas also enables the ability to print large, production parts due to the faster print speeds and higher through-put on the Atlas. Flow rates range from 1 lbs to 30 lbs per hour and prints speeds can top out at 30,000 mm per minute, reducing production time from days to hours.

The combination of reduced feedstock cost and faster print speeds provides reduced operational costs and faster cycle times with organic capacity.

About Titan Robotics

Titan Robotics, Ltd. is a production additive manufacturing solutions provider. Titan designs and fabricates large-format, purpose-built 3D printers, and provides solutions to its customers by developing processes using Titan’s additive manufacturing technology. Specializing in direct pellet fed 3D printing and high flow filament 3D printing, Titan’s large-format systems enable the use of engineering grade and commodity materials. Titan provides complete additive manufacturing implementation, from manufacturing on demand through its printing services, to consulting and material integration processes. Learn more at Titan’s website: www.titan3drobotics.com

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Titan Robotics Awarded CO Advanced Industries Grant

Colorado Springs, CO – November 20, 2020 – Titan Robotics, Ltd., a leading manufacturer of industrial 3D printers based in Colorado Springs, was awarded a $250,000 grant from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT)’s Advanced Industries Accelerator Grant Program. Out of 37 recipients across the state, Titan Robotics is one of two Colorado Springs companies to receive the grant.

“The Advanced Industries grants expand Colorado’s vital innovation ecosystem that supports our economic growth,” said Katie Woslager Senior Manager – Advanced Industries in a press release issued by OEDIT. “These innovative companies create jobs and leverage additional investment in Colorado, and are even more important as the nation focuses on economic recovery.” 

The Advanced Industries Accelerator Grant Program fund companies commercializing innovative technologies to create viable products that meet a market need and can be created or manufactured in Colorado and exported globally. According to OEDIT, the AI Accelerator Grant program received 100 applicants this grant cycle.

“This grant will allow us to accelerate and commercialize breakthrough technology in industrial additive manufacturing, furthering Titan’s mission of enabling the adoption of 3D printing into industrial production,” said Rahul Kasat, Titan Robotics Partner. “In addition to funding innovative technologies, this grant will help us drive economic growth and support new jobs in Colorado Springs.”

According to OEDIT, the Advanced Industry Accelerator Programs (AIA) were created in 2013 to promote growth and sustainability in Colorado’s advanced industries by driving innovation, accelerating commercialization, encouraging public-private partnerships, increasing access to early stage capital and creating a strong infrastructure that increases the state’s capacity to be globally competitive.


Titan Robotics Awarded 2019 “Company of the Year” by Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC

Colorado Springs, CO – Titan Robotics is honored to be named the 2019 Company of the Year at the Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC 2019 Annual Gala, held Saturday, November 9, 2019.

As one of the fastest growing companies in the Colorado Springs area, Titan Robotics was recognized for its significant impact on the advanced manufacturing industry, its rapid growth and expansion, and engagement in the local business community.

“We are honored to be the 2019 Company of the Year! This kind of recognition is possible because of the amazing team we have at Titan, our outstanding customers and a business community that supports us and believes in us,” said Titan Robotics CMO, Maddie Guillory.

Company of the Year Awards Gala
Part of the Titan Robotics executive team accepts the award for Company of the Year

Every year the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development Center (EDC) recognizes and celebrates the remarkable achievements of companies and entrepreneurs in Colorado Springs.  Company of the Year is awarded to a business that has made a significant impact on its industry, performed extraordinary work on a project or continuing program, and is a leader in employee satisfaction and community engagement.

Company of the Year Award Plaque
2019 Company of the Year Award: Titan Robotics

As Titan Robotics expands into its new 21,400 square foot facility in Colorado Springs this month, the company is growing its highly skilled team and creating new jobs in the area. This expansion will also enable Titan to increase its capacity to manufacture its state-of-the-art large format 3D printers and grow its 3D printing service bureau capabilities. 

Titan Robotics’ new 21,400 sq ft facility located in Colorado Springs

As part of its growth plan, Titan is also making debut in the European market this year by attending Formnext for the first time. Formnext is the top European 3D Printing trade show, taking place in Frankfurt, Germany, November 19-23, 2019. Titan Robotics is excited to be an exhibitor representing American-made products as part of the USA Pavilion at Formnext. 


Titan Robotics Discusses Importance of Additive Manufacturing with U.S. Congressman Doug Lamborn

Titan Robotics, Ltd. welcomed U.S. Congressman Doug Lamborn last week to discuss several topics, including the importance of Additive Manufacturing technology especially as it relates to advances with our military.

Rep Lamborn at Titan

Rep. Lamborn with some of the Titan Robotics Team

Rep. Lamborn serves on the Majority of the House Committee on Armed Services, which covers the breadth of the operations of the Department of Defense as well as the national security functions of the Department of Energy and other related areas. Source: Armed Services Committee Website

Rep. Lamborn represents Colorado’s Fifth District, based right here in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Colorado’s 5th District is one of our nation’s most military-intensive congressional districts, with five military installations and home to more than 100,000 veterans. Rep. Lamborn also serves on the Strategic Forces and Emerging Threat and Capabilities Subcommittees. In these roles, he participates in the oversight of our nation’s strategic weapons, ballistic missile defense and space programs.

Atlas Demonstration

Titan Robotics CEO Clay Guillory demonstrates Pellet Extrusion on the Atlas

During the visit, Titan Robotics demonstrated several cutting edge Additive Manufacturing technologies. A highlight of the demonstration was Titan’s advancements in unique materials that can be 3D printed using the Atlas 3D printer with direct pellet fed extrusion. Titan team members and Rep. Lamborn discussed how this technology has great potential to change manufacturing and how Titan’s Pellet Extrusion is already being used in several DoD and aerospace applications.

Lamborn Titan Visit

Titan Robotics CCO Rahul Kasat discusses Titan’s technology with Rep. Lamborn

Rep. Lamborn also learned about how Titan is growing the local economy in Colorado Springs. In 2018 alone, Titan has hired eight new full-time employees and three part-time employees. Titan also helps other local small businesses grow by working with several Colorado Springs suppliers in the manufacturing sector. Rep. Lamborn was also impressed to learn how Titan Robotics was named a Top 50 Colorado Company to Watch in 2018.

The visit was a chance to highlight Titan’s role in advanced manufacturing and innovative technology taking place right here in Colorado Springs!