Clay Guillory is the founder and CEO of Titan Robotics. A Mechanical Engineer by trade, his passion for 3D printing began as a hobby, building 3D printers in his garage during his spare time. But the hobby quickly grew into a business, and Clay founded Titan Robotics in 2014, at the age of 26. As a Mechanical Engineer, Clay knew he wanted to use his skills to make a difference in the lives of others, and found that path through 3D printing. From making custom prosthetics for children, to pushing the envelope of 3D printing with new technology and machine design, Clay has become an expert in the field of additive manufacturing and the head of a successful start up in Colorado Springs. As founder and CEO, Clay envisions Titan Robotics leading the way in the fields of 3D printing and manufacturing, from the medical field, to research, product development and every day manufacturing processes.
Bill Macy joined the Titan Robotics team in 2018 as Titan’s Chief Technical Officer. A self described Additive Manufacturing Enthusiast, Bill has been pushing the boundaries of Additive Manufacturing for over 30 years. As a Mechanical Engineer, Bill started out his career at McDonnell Douglas as a design engineer on fighter jets and progressed to the Phantom Works program focused on deploying advanced manufacturing technologies, including Additive. In the years since, Bill founded his successful and world renowned consulting company, Macy Consulting, to advance the adoption of digital technologies in manufacturing. As the CTO at Titan, Bill continues to pursue new technologies, including a range of engineered materials, design tools and Additive Manufacturing Technologies.
Maddie Guillory left the world of television news behind to join the Titan Robotics team as the Chief Marketing Officer, as well has working in sales and customer relations. Maddie was a news reporter and anchor for seven years, most recently at the NBC affiliate in Colorado Springs, KOAA. Her experience as a journalist and communicator have made the transition into customer engagement an easy and exciting one. A self described “people person” with a knack for understanding people’s needs, she also assists with sales, marketing and public relations campaigns at Titan. Feel free to contact Maddie any time at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rahul Kasat joined the Titan Robotics team in 2018 as Titan’s Chief Commercial Officer, sharing both a passion for 3D printing and for business development. Rahul joined Titan after spending 10 years at DuPont, with roles in everything from technology, marketing, strategy and global business development. In his most recent role, Rahul was a Global Venture Leader responsible for building DuPont’s 3D Printing business. With a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University and a Master of Business Administration from Drexel University, Rahul brings his experience and expertise to the Titan Robotics team in order to continue growing and advancing Titan as a leader in the Additive Manufacturing industry.
Byron Guillory has been in the insurance business for over 30 years. When asked to move to Colorado from Lafayette, Louisiana in order to help his son Clay get Titan going, he eagerly agreed and packed his bags. He runs the daily operations of machine manufacturing at Titan. Whenever he has a chance to get away from the office, you’ll find Byron fishing or hunting across Colorado.
Carol Guillory is a Certified Public Accountant with 33 years of experience. She’s worked in all facets of public and private accounting in her home state of Louisiana. When her son Clay started Titan Robotics, Carol’s experience and expertise were needed and she jumped at the chance to move to Colorado to help. Carol is a vital part of the Titan team, handling all of the accounting and finances.
Dan Inman is the true definition of a “jack of all trades.” Dan runs daily operations of machine manufacturing in Titan’s workshop and is skilled in all areas of assembly. Dan has experience in automotive repair work, machining and machine assembly. After meeting and working with Clay at his previous job, they both knew Dan would be a great fit at Titan. Dan has quickly become a master of all things related to building Titan’s large-format custom 3D printers.
Chris Begnaud is a Cajun transplant to Colorado with a passion for working hard and creating things with his hands. Chris moved to Colorado Springs from Lafayette, LA in 2016 with his wife and two young boys. He says Colorado is closer to his favorite place, Yosemite National Park, where he lived and worked for two seasons. It was there that he met his wife Ruth and developed a love for the mountains, backpacking and camping. Chris also has experience doing instrumentation work in the oil field in Louisiana, working with both tubing and electrical. He’s using those skills now to help fabricate and assemble Titan Robotics 3D printers. Chris can also make a mean gumbo!
John Jenkins is a third generation machinist, describing CNC operation and programming as a family trade. As the head machinist at Titan Robotics, John programs and operates Titan’s in-house CNC mill, precision machining every 3D printer produced by Titan. From northwestern Pennsylvania, John originally set out to study information technology and web design, but soon found a successful career in the semiconductor industry. A 12 year veteran of the industry, John held roles from network administration, electro-mechanical technician and senior customer account representative. During this time, he also spent several years as a CNC programmer in a machine shop in Tennessee. Finally ready for a change of pace, John left the semiconductor industry and joined Titan Robotics in 2016 as its head CNC machinist. John’s other passions include motorcycling, hiking and music production at his home studio.
Kate Reimer is a Colorado native who joined the Titan Robotics team in January of 2018, joining Titan’s sales team. Kate’s passion for sustainability, creative communication and chemistry all combine for a perfect fit at Titan and the 3D printing industry. With more than six years of experience working in the plastics industry in both a sales and sustainability capacity, Kate’s transition into Additive Manufacturing was a natural move that utilizes her unique skill set. Kate has a BS/BA in Chemistry from the Evergreen State College in Washington State. When not in the office, Kate and her husband make sure to enjoy all that Colorado has to offer, from hiking to biking and being involved in the local start up community. Kate can be contacted at: Kate@titan3drobotics.com
Mohan kumar Muthusamy is a Mechanical Engineer specializing in Additive Manufacturing with experience in IT and control systems. Mohan received his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Washington State University after completing his undergrad at Anna University in Chennai, India. Born and raised in India, Mohan made the move to the U.S. in 2015 to further his education and earn his Master’s degree. As a 3D printing enthusiast, Mohan came to Titan after the Cronus project caught his eye. Mohan specializes in integrating Titan’s new intelligent and more reliable control system using Yaskawa controllers and components. Besides 3D printing, Mohan enjoys cooking and is an avid tennis player.
Nate Eversole joined the Titan Robotics team in February 2018 after he made the move across the country from his home state of Kentucky. Nate’s experience in electrical and mechanical assembly and fabrication made him a perfect fit on the Titan Robotics team as an assembler building Titan’s large-format 3D printers. Nate was drawn to Colorado’s mountains and great roads for riding his motorcycle, and he can be found hitting the road or building custom motorcycles in his spare time.
Ian Hood is a Colorado Springs native, returning to his home town to join the Titan team after earning his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado State University. Ian’s interest and expertise in 3D printing developed during his senior capstone project in which he worked with Boeing to create novel CAD software tools to work with 3D printing. Ian enjoys working with his hands, whether it’s on a 3D printer or on a car at home. In his spare time Ian builds custom auto components and does hobby mechanic work. He’s also a coffee connoisseur and can often be found with mug in hand.
Chris Normile joined the Titan Robotics team in May 2018 as an assembler. This is Chris’ second time living in Colorado, having lived in several states, he claims California as his home. His experience is just as varied, with a background in fabrication, maintenance, equipment design, industrial automation and working on automobiles and boats. Chris enjoys being creative and building custom products, which is what drew him to Titan. Chris says he wanted to challenge himself and work in new technology and a fast paced industry.
Ryan Sturt first came to Titan Robotics in 2016 as an intern while earning his degree in Robotics at Pikes Peak Communicty College. After graduating from PPCC, Ryan decided to return to school to pursue a degree in Theater and continues to work at Titan when he’s not in class or studying for his second degree. Ryan can often be found helping out on the manufacturing floor at Titan, assisting in building machines, running 3D printers and preparing 3D printed parts. When he graduates, Ryan would like to enter into an acting career.