Our Team

Clay Guillory

Founder and CEO

Clay Guillory is a mechanical engineer by day, and a mechanical engineer by night. His passion for 3D printing began as a hobby, building the machines in his garage during his spare time. But the hobby quickly grew into a business, and Clay founded Titan Robotics 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.



Mechanical Engineer

Allison Jones is a full time athlete with a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Denver. Allison was born with a birth defect that left her without her right leg. This disability has not stopped her. Allison is a two-sport athlete in Para Alpine Skiing and Para Cycling and has competed in seven Paralympic games starting in 2002 at the Salt Lake City Winter Paralympic Games. As a mechanical engineer and athlete Allison designs and builds adaptive devices to maximize power and speed while competing. Allison is currently training for the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro and in her spare time is working with Titan Robotics. Allison’s goal within Titan Robotics is to build and develop a prosthetics and orthotics division to help youth and adults alike. Current prosthetics and orthotics are costly and bound to insurance practices. Through design and innovation bringing the cost down and increasing the possibilities that will allow all to have the opportunity to live life to the fullest.


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Customer Relations

Maddie Guillory left the world of television news behind to join the Titan Robotics team in 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 marketing and public relations campaigns at Titan. Feel free to contact Maddie any time at: maddie@titan3drobotics.com


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Shop Manager

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.


Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance

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.



Lead Assembly

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.


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3D Printing Services

Jonathan Kuerschner II, or JJ, has a passion for all things 3D printing and now runs and operates Titan Robotics’ in-house 3D printing service bureau. JJ has been a part of Titan from the beginning and has grown as a team member just as the company has continued to grow and expand.  When not running Titan’s 3D printers, JJ also uses his skills in machine manufacturing and maintenance.





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!

Head Machinist

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

Internal Sales Representative

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