Tag: trade show

14
Mar

Titan Collaborates with Global Material Suppliers for Live Printing of High-Performance Materials at AMUG 2019

CHICAGO, IL – Titan Robotics, Ltd. will showcase for the first time its state-of-the-art, industrial Hybrid Atlas 3D Printer with Pellet and Filament Extrusion capabilities at this year’s Additive Manufacturing Users Group conference. To demonstrate printing of production parts using high-performance materials on the Atlas 3D printer platform, Titan is excited to partner with three of the top chemical companies serving the Additive Manufacturing industry: Arkema Inc., DuPont™ and NatureWorks.

As a leader in advanced, production-ready AM machines and technology, Titan’s expertise continues to grow in both pellet extrusion 3D printing and high flow filament extrusion 3D printing. As a solution provider to industrial customers, Titan continues to partner with global materials companies to offer high-performance materials to make functional parts.

Titan will be printing with three unique materials on the Atlas 3D Printer during the AMUG Expo, March 31 and April 1. AMUG Expo attendees will have the opportunity to witness high speed printing of these materials from Arkema, DuPont™ and NatureWorks. Representatives from Titan and the material companies will be at the Titan booth to discuss printer capabilities, material properties and, customers’ application needs.

AMUG logo

Printing Schedule During AMUG Expo

Sunday, March 31, 5pm – 9pm: Arkema’s Kepstan® PEKK

Kepstan® PEKK
Kepstan® PEKK by Arkema

A high temperature, high performance material, Kepstan® PEKK is an ideal material for production applications due to its high strength, ease of processing, flame retardancy, low outgassing, dielectric properties, and chemical resistance. Titan will conduct live printing of Kepstan® PEKK with glass fiber in pellet form during the first night of AMUG.

Monday, April 1, 10am – 2pm: NatureWorks’ Custom Ingeo™ PLA for Additive Manufacturing

Ingeo™ PLA
Ingeo™ recycled PLA pellets & Ingeo™ 3D450 breakaway filament by NatureWorks

NatureWorks has developed a series of Ingeo™ PLA 3D printing materials specifically designed to meet the performance requirements of industrial-use parts including high strength, heat resistance, and even clean incineration for foundry applications while maintaining printability. Expanding this portfolio, NatureWorks has recently introduced Ingeo 3D450, a breakaway material combining great printability and tailored adhesion ideal for building with supports, with a clean breakaway that minimizes the need for post-processing. Titan will conduct live printing with these materials on its Atlas Hybrid Pellet + Filament Extrusion system while also showcasing a proof-of-concept Ingeo polymer made from a blend of post-consumer and post-industrial recycled materials.

Monday, April 1, 5pm – 9pm: DuPont™ Hytrel® TPC-ET

DuPont™ Hytrel®
DuPont™ Hytrel® TPC-ET 3D printing material

DuPont™ Hytrel® TPC-ET 3D printing material is a versatile copolyester that combines the flexibility of rubber with the strength and processability of thermoplastics. It blends heat and chemical resistance with strength, resilience and durability. Titan will conduct live printing of DuPont™ Hytrel® in pellet form during the second night of AMUG.

Please stop by Titan’s exhibit booth, #78, at the AMUG conference and Expo at the Hilton Chicago, March 31 – April 1, 2019.

Kepstan® is a registered trademark of Arkema

Ingeo™ is a registered trademark of NatureWorks

Hytrel® is a registered trademark of DuPont™

05
Feb

Our Biggest Year Yet: Titan Robotics Gears Up for 2019 Expos

Titan Robotics is excited to unveil our latest products at several of the biggest additive manufacturing events and expos this Spring! You’ll have a chance to see Titan’s newest industrial 3D printers in action and meet the Titan Robotics team at three events across the country.


AMUG logo2019 will be the first year Titan Robotics showcases an Atlas 3D printer at the Additive Manufacturing User’s Group (AMUG) conference, held this year in Chicago, March 31 – April 4, 2019. The AMUG expo is much more than a trade show, with an intimate setting focused on sharing information and networking. Not open to the general public, the AMUG expo is exclusively for conference attendees and innovative companies like Titan Robotics demonstrating the latest in AM technology.

Titan will be printing with several unique materials (announced at a later date) during the AMUG expo on the Atlas 3D printer with the hybrid pellet + filament extrusion system. Materials being printed will include high temperature and high performance polymers. The Titan team and materials experts will be on hand to answer questions and discuss your specific application needs.  Register to attend AMUG here and visit Titan Robotics at Booth 78! (Early registration pricing ends March 2, 2019)



cast expo

Titan Robotics will also be exhibiting at CastExpo for the first time, held this year in Atlanta from April 27 – 30, 2019. Occurring every three years, CastExpo is the largest North American gathering of the metalcasting supply chain companies. Titan Robotics is excited to share how 3D printing and Titan’s line of Atlas 3D printers can improve pattern making processes with lower cost patterns, faster turn around time and better ROI.

3D Printed PatternTitan will showcase a wide variety of examples, demonstrating how pellet extrusion and filament extrusion on the Atlas can be a game changer for foundries of all kinds. To register for CastExpo 2019 using Titan’s unique code, click hereAnd come visit Titan Robotics at Booth 2818!


Rapid + TCTThis will be Titan’s biggest year yet at RAPID+TCTthe largest 3D printing event in North America! Held this year in Detroit from May 20 – 23, 2019, the RAPID+TCT trade show is the most comprehensive event in the Additive Manufacturing industry. Each year Titan’s presence has grown more prominent at RAPID, and 2019 will be no exception. With multiple machines on the show floor, Titan will unveil its latest developments and new technology at RAPID 2019!

Atlas 2.5 enclosureThis event will also be an opportunity to see a wide range of unique and new materials being printed live in the Titan booth. As always, Titan’s experts will be on hand to answer your questions, discuss unique applications and demonstrate our cutting edge AM technology. Contact Titan Robotics to receive your FREE pass to the RAPID+TCT Expo! We look forward to seeing you at the Titan Booth 527!

16
May

Titan’s Faster 3D Printing Highlight of RAPID 2017

The Titan Robotics team is back after an exciting week at the RAPID + TCT 2017 3D printing trade show in Pittsburgh. The annual show is the premier event for additive manufacturing technologies, with leaders in all areas of 3D printing gathering to unveil and discuss the latest advancements.

Titan Robotics garnered a lot of attention by showcasing two of our advanced hardware machines: The new pellet extrusion system for the Atlas and the multi-gantry Cronus.

Cronus at 2017 RAPID

Titan Robotics’ Cronus showcased in 3D Playground of 2017 RAPID + TCT Event

Titan Robotics’ booth at 2017 RAPID + TCT Event

The high flow-rate, large aperture pellet extruder was developed through a long standing partnership with Push Plastic, a leader in 3D printing filament production and advanced materials.

With over 35 years of injection molding and extrusion experience, Push Plastic designed and built the pellet extruder that is now being tested and executed on Titan Robotics’ large-format 3D printer model, the Atlas.

“Pellet extrusion systems are an exciting breakthrough in large scale 3D printing,” said Nick Booth, Owner of Push Plastic. “Because we have extensive knowledge in large-scale extrusion systems, it was a logical step for us to use our expertise to advance additive manufacturing technology.”

Watch Titan Robotics’ Video on Pellet Extrusion

Pellet extruder

Faster print times with pellet extrusion

Pellet extrusion increases production speed of large parts, with flow rates during printing reaching 5 pounds per hour.  This technology greatly expands the number of materials available to use in 3D printing, opening up opportunities for hundreds of injection-molding plastics to be used in additive manufacturing.

Pellets

Low cost plastic pellets for 3D printing

Titan Robotics has successfully printed in several advanced, pelletized-form materials that have previously not been successful in traditional filament 3D printing. These materials include polypropylene, glass-filled polycarbonate, polyethylene and recent successful field tests with the Chemson Group’s new AM/3DP specific PVC, 3DVinyl™.

“Being able to 3D print with PVC in both pellet and filament form opens up 3D printing to many industries that require a product that can withstand outdoor, harsh environments such as the oil and gas fields, agriculture and architecture,” said Titan Robotics Founder and CEO, Clay Guillory.

Pellet extrusion on Atlas 2.5In addition to the implementation of advanced thermoplastics, pellet 3D printing has the advantage of lower material costs. Plastic pellets range in cost from $1.50 to $6 per pound, compared to filament costs averaging $10 to $20 per pound.

“When you’re trying to create something, the last thing you want to worry about is material cost. Now I just hit print and if I don’t like it I just print it again. It’s that fast and that affordable,” said Guillory.

Combined with better materials, faster print times and lower costs, Titan Robotics believes pellet extrusion will be ideal for a greater number of industrial and professional uses, including aerospace, prostheses, construction, metal casting, and the oil and gas industry.

Read the latest news on Titan Robotics at 2017 RAPID + TCT

The Titan Robotics multi-gantry Cronus was on display in the 3D Playground, demonstrating collaborative multi-head 3D printing technology. Powered by Autodesk® Netfabb®, the Cronus directs  five print heads working together on a single print surface to fabricate large complex parts at advanced industrial speeds. The Cronus allows for the fabrication of large parts without sacrificing detail or time, and is capable of printing in high resolutions ranging from 0.1mm to 0.8mm layer heights.

“At Titan Robotics, we’re always up for a challenge. That’s why we took on this project and built the Cronus, to take 3D printing to the next level and make large scale, high detail parts a reality by reducing the time it takes to make them,” stated Guillory.

Cronus

Multi-head 3D printing on the Cronus at RAPID