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www.engineering.com January 20, 2017

Autodesk Project Escher Finds First Commercial Release in Cronus

Last year, the 3D printing industry was stirred by a new proofofconcept put forth by Autodesk known as Project Escher. With an exciting video demonstrating how the technology worked, Autodesk unveiled a method for simultaneously 3D printing different parts of an object with multiple printheads.

As exciting as the footage was, the industry has since been waiting for signs that Project Escher would actually be available to the public. At CES this year, the wait was put to an end as Colorado-based start-up Titan Robotics showed off Cronus, the first commercially available 3D printer relying on Project Escher technology.

www.tctmagazine.com January 9, 2017
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Titan Robotics Launch The Cronus 3D Printer with Five Print Heads

Large industrial 3D printer manufacturer, Titan Robotics featured its latest technology, The Cronus, at the CES 3D Printing Marketplace sponsored by TCT last week.

The multi-gantry FFF style 3D printer encompasses five print heads to allow bigger builds to be produced in a shorter time scale.

www.3ders.org January 10, 2017

Titan Robotics Introduces Cronus, Massive Multi-Gantry 3D Printer Co-Developed by Autodesk

3D printer manufacturer Titan Robotics has introduced the Cronus, a multi-gantry FFF 3D printer that can be fitted with multiple tool heads. The Cronus uses multi-head 3D printing technology from Autodesk and Netfabb, and is available in both open and closed versions.

www.hackaday.com January 8, 2017

CES2017: Really Fast 3D Printing for Large Builds

About a year ago, Autodesk showed off one of the most innovative filament printers in recent memory. Project Escher is your basic Cartesian filament printer, but with a twist: it has five heads. These print heads work together to build large objects very quickly.

Autodesk open sourced the design of the Escher, and now it’s made it into commercial production thanks to Titan Robotics.

www.3dprint.com December 13, 2016

Titan Robotics Makes Improvements to Large-Format Hyperion 3D Printer

Leading manufacturer of large-format and custom 3D printers Titan Robotics has made some improvements to its second FFF 3D printer model, the Hyperion.

www.tctmagazine.com December 12, 2016
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Titan Robotics Upgrades Hyperion Large-Format 3D Printer

Colorado-based large-format 3D printer manufacturer Titan Robotics has announced upgrades to its Hyperion model with a new look and several system enhancements.

www.3printr.com October 19, 2016

Titan Robotics Unveils Pellet Extrusion System for Atlas Large-Format 3D Printer

Manufacturer of the Atlas 3D printer, Titan Robotics, has teamed up with Push Plastic to develop a pellet extruder suitable for their large-scale 3D printer.

www.3ders.org October 18, 2016

Titan Robotics: new pellet extrusion system makes 3D printing 90% cheaper, 3x faster

3D printer manufacturer Titan Robotics has partnered with filament provider Push Plastic to develop a high-speed, low-cost pellet extrusion system for the Atlas 3D printer.

www.fabbaloo.com October 17, 2016

Another 3D Printer Manufacturer Buys a Ticket on the Pellet Train

Titan Robotics announced plans to incorporate a pellet-fueled extruder on their massive Atlas 3D printer.

www.3ders.org August 18, 2016

U.S. Paralympic cyclist is aided by 3D printed device, courtesy of Titan Robotics

Colorado Springs-based 3D printing company Titan Robotics, known for its large-scale 3D printers, has recently made a foray into another field, largely due to one of its dedicated employees, Allison Jones.

www.koaa.com August 17, 2016

Paralympians head to Rio with high-tech equipment made in the Springs

For paralympic athletes, proper equipment is crucial to their success, and they’re all looking for that special gear that will give them an edge. Some of these athletes have found that edge right here in Colorado Springs with Titan Robotics, a company that’s used 3D printing to trick out their bikes.

www.krdo.com August 16, 2016

Paralympic Cyclist gets help from teammate

While the Olympic Games are in full swing in Rio de Janeiro, the Paralympic Athletes are busy getting their last training sessions in before they compete next month…

But Sunday’s trial was especially important for cyclist Billy Lister because he was trying the newest version of an arm cast.

www.csbj.com June 3, 2016

Guillory: He’s a Titan of 3D printing

Clay Guillory’s life is hectic — an endless round of meeting with companies, welders and suppliers and managing employees and international orders.

And the 29-year-old says he wouldn’t change a thing — success is its own reward.

www.twice.com May 2, 2016

The Future Disruptors: 10 Tech Start-Ups To Watch

Titan Robotics: The Colorado start-up is looking to disrupt the 3D-printing industry by offering lower-cost custom-made large-format industrial printers for small businesses.

www.engineering.com April 20, 2016

3D Printer Big Enough for Product Design

One of the stars in the Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference, recently held in St Louis, was a large-scale 3D printer by Titan Robotics. On hand was head of Titan, Clay Guillory, to show us the printer.

www.3dstartpoint.com February 24, 2016

Titan 3D – Jurassic 3D Printers Built to Last Until the Next Ice Age

Today, we have an interview with Clay Guillory of Titan 3D. And that is a big printer; there is a reason they call it Titan. It’s not even just big; it’s built, too. That thing is like a tank. We were really impressed with it when we saw it at CES.

www.fabbaloo.com February 13, 2016

The Story Of Titan Robotics

There are very few ultra-large scale 3D printer for sale today, but one option comes from a small company in Colorado: Titan Robotics.

We spent some time discussing matters with Titan Robotics CEO Clay Guillory, and learned the interesting story of their genesis.

www.3ders.org February 10, 2016

Top 20 Biggest 3D Printers in 2016

Titan Robotics’ goal is to build large-format 3D printers that will last a lifetime. The Atlas 2.0 is the Colorado-based company’s largest FDM 3D printer, with a build-space of 915 x 915 x 1220 mm, (making it even bigger than the Fortus 900mc, though its strength is in printing standard FDM-style materials such as ABS, PLA, PETG, Nylon, TPE, etc.)

www.innovatorspeak.com February 10, 2016

Colorado Tech Steals the Show at CES 2016

Titan Robotics specializes in 3D printing, but not just regular 3D printing, 3D printing on an incredibly large scale. Titan Robotics uses their printers to create everything from fully functional robots and prosthetics to sculptures and art.

www.companyweek.com February 3, 2016

Titan Robotics

Founder and CEO Clay Guillory is thinking big — big 3D printers. His made-to-order machines can print parts that are about 60 times bigger than the industry norm.

Guillory started Titan Robotics while working for Diversified Machine Systems, the Colorado Springs-based manufacturer of CNC routers.

www.tctmagazine.com January 13, 2016
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Titan Robotics introduce big Atlas 3D printer at CES 2016

Making its CES debut, Clay Guillory from custom 3D printer manufacturer, Titan Robotics showcases large-scale Titan Atlas 3D printer at CES 2016 and explains how this technology is being leveraged for everything from dinosaur museum exhibits to model-making in the architect’s office.

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www.3dprintingindustry.com December 16, 2015

Titan Robotics Introduces Even Bigger Atlas 2.0 3D Printer

Of the many rapidly expanding segments of the 3D printing world, few have experienced as much recent growth as that of large-scale 3D printers. We are starting to see increased quality and significantly reduced cost at the consumer level, professional level, and even at the industrial scale. Titan Robotics looks to continue this trend with the follow-up to their successful Atlas 3D printer by announcing the eminent release of the Atlas 2.0.

www.tctmagazine.com December 16, 2016
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Titan Robotics to make CES debut with Atlas 2.0 large-format 3D printer

Colorado-based 3D printing startup, Titan Robotics has launched the second edition of its large-format 3D printer, The Atlas, ahead of its debut at the CES 2016 3D Printing Marketplace in Las Vegas next month.

www.3dprint.com December 10, 2016

Titan Robotics' Large Format Atlas 3D Printer Just Got Even Larger Format-er: Introducing the Atlas 2.0

When Titan Robotics released the first Atlas 3D printer last year it was already a pretty great industrial quality 3D printer. It had a massive 30 x 30 x 45 inch (762 x 62 x 1143 mm) build volume, a heated bed for use with a wide range of advanced printing materials, a dual extruder option, sturdy steel frame and a Simplify3D software package with pre-set printer settings optimized for the Atlas. It was a solid, high-end printer that was positioning itself as an alternative to machines that often required expensive service contracts and had higher price tags.

www.3ders.org May 21, 2015

Titan Robotics announces new high-quality large-scale 3D printer called The Atlas

Although we’ve been seeing dozens of new 3D printers and material options in recent memory, very few have been focused on relative size – particularly when it comes to 3D printing large-scale objects.  While there are large 3D printers in existence, many are made with lightweight and inefficient components that can take a serious toll on the print quality if high-quality results are desired.

However, The Atlas, a new 3D printer from Titan Robotics just might change that.

www.3dprinterworld.com May 21, 2015

TITAN ROBOTICS INTRODUCES ATLAS LARGE FORMAT 3D PRINTER

FDM trends have danced around during the last three years, but one thing never changes. Bigger build envelopes always attract attention. Develop a large format 3D printer, throw in good quality and robust material options, and the trends start to merge. Such is the case withTitan Robotics‘ new Atlas.

www.denverpost.com December 20, 2014

Prosthetic hand crafted on 3-D printer may open doors for Denver girl

She dreamed about this moment. But when she woke up, she couldn’t be sure if it was anything more than a dream, until she got to school and her principal assured her that, yes, she would indeed be getting a new right hand.