Tag: Atlas

11
Feb

We’re Headed to the Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference!

We are excited to let everyone know that we will be at the Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference in St. Louis Missouri April 3rd through the 7th.

We will be showing off our most popular large-format 3d printer, The Atlas, at the show to hundreds of additive manufacturing professionals. Be sure to stop by our booth at the AMUG Expo (booth 73) to take a look at our machine, and to talk to our staff.Continue Reading..

22
Jan

How 3D Printing is Bringing Dinosaurs Back to Life

With last year’s success of Jurassic World in the box office, there has been renewed interest in dinosaurs and the field of Paleontology. It has inspired families to visit their local natural museums or science centers featuring dinosaur exhibits to learn and stand in awe of the massive displays of the Tyrannosaurus Rex and other impressive prehistoric monsters.Continue Reading..

14
Dec

Video of the Large Format 3D Printer, The Atlas, printing a coffee table for CES 2016

This is the end of a 5 day print out of ABS on our large format 3D printer, The Atlas.

1mm Nozzle
.65mm layer height
70mm/s print
400mm/s rapid feed 235C Extruder
105C Bed

10
Dec

ATLAS 2.0: LARGE FORMAT 3D PRINTER DISRUPTING THE 3D PRINTING INDUSTRY

Titan Robotics increases the build space to 36x36x48 inches on their large format 3D printer, and and adds heated enclosures.

At the core of Titan Robotics’ mission is an effort to work towards continuous improvement and manufacture the highest quality large scale 3D printers possible. Since the inception of their large format 3D printer, The Atlas, over a year and a half ago, Titan Robotics has rigorously tested their machines and has made many improvements to an already proven machine.Continue Reading..

23
Sep

Example Prints From Our Large 3D Printer the Atlas

All of these prints were done using Titan Robotic’s large format 3D printer called The Atlas. The Atlas has as build space of 30x30x45 inches.

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14
Sep

How Titan Robotics Makes Large Format 3D Printers Accurate

Quality Process

We wanted to give you an in-depth look into why our large format 3D printers are so accurate, consistently within +-.005 in accuracy each time they print. The reasons are fairly simple. The accuracy is due to the fact that our machines are built over the course of 200+ hours with the highest quality components, and with extreme precision. The proof is in our process which we have outlined below.Continue Reading..

05
Jun

3D Printing a Robot: Meet Fred

Open source projects surround the maker community. Many brilliant people in this community have devoted their entire spare time to make their grandiose dreams become a reality. Some people have shared their passions with the internet with hopes of collaboration. The InMoov project is one of these dreams spearheaded by one man as well as the community he surrounded himself with. Gael Langevin was a sculptor by trade and wanted to create something more than a static human model. He dove head first into robotics with no prior experience and with the help of the open source community has made a moving, talking robot a reality. Many have followed in his footsteps, inspired by his work and take on the task of building a 3D printed robot.Continue Reading..

20
May

Titan Robotics Announces A New Large 3D Printer Called The Atlas

This large 3D printer changes the game with both its size and quality.

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Atlas

The world of large 3D printers is inundated with light duty, aluminum extrusion printers with inexpensive and inefficient components. That is all changing with the introduction of Titan Robotics’ custom, large 3D printer called The Atlas.Continue Reading..

12
May

Dinosaur Bones at the Dinosaur Resource Center

One of our customers, the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center, interviewed Clay Guillory, CEO of Titan Robotics, about the Titan Robotics 3D printers that are used to print their replicas of dinosaur bones. It was definitely a fun interview, and it was fun talking about the power and future of large 3D printers.

The Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center uses The Atlas 3D Printer which is one of the largest 3D printers that we have to offer.

07
Nov

Atlas Machine Completed

The Titan Robotics Atlas machine is finally completed. Here are some pictures of the prints we’ve made so far. These are Dinosaur bones for a local museum as well as a logo for a customer.

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