Titomic in breakthrough sale

Industrial scale additive manufacturing company Titomic has made a breakthrough sale of two massive production machines with the total sale valued at $25.5 million (US$16.8 million). The company changing deal is with Composite Technology, an Australian R&D and commercialisation division of a global defence product manufacturer. Titomic’s Titomic kinetic fusion (TKF) production process will be…

Titomic and Thales partner in titanium soldier equipment

Additive manufacturing technology company Titomic has partnered with French defence giant Thales to manufacture lighter and stronger titanium equipment for soldiers. Under the agreement Titomic will use its Titomic Kinetic Fusion (TKF) manufacturing process to develop ways for Thales to produce soldier weapons systems for the Australian and UK defence forces. The TKF process is…

Titomic producing trial parts for major space, nuclear, defence customers

Metal 3D printing company Titomic’s (ASX: TTT) Melbourne production bureau has been busy manufacturing test parts for prospective customers using its Titomic Kinetic Fusion process (TKF) 3D printers. In his monthly investor update, Titomic managing director Jeff Lang listed a number of cases where the company’s strategy of producing test parts for customers was leading…

Titomic process makes super-strong titanium parts

A $2.6 million aerospace structure research project has revealed the higher strength titanium of components made using Titomic’s (ASX: TTT) metal 3D printing technology. The research by RMIT, CSIRO and the Innovative Manufacturing Co-operative Research Centre (IMCRC) tested parts made with the Titomic Kinetic Fusion process (TKF). The TKF process is based on CSIRO technology.…

Titomic and Gilmour Space join forces

Metal 3D printing company Titomic (ASX: TTT) has joined forces with Queensland’s Gilmour Space Technologies to develop high-performance rocket and aerospace components. Titomic, which is commercialising its Titomic Kinetic Fusion (TKF) manufacturing process, will co-operate with rocket developer Gilmour ‘across multiple exciting fields within the global space industry’. The areas of cooperation are: • Performing…

Titomic advances in defence additive manufacturing

Metals additive manufacturing technology company Titomic (ASX: TTT) has passed a substantial milestone successfully completing a trial order for a US defence customer. The company, which is commercialising a CSIRO-derived 3D printing process known as Titomic Kinetic Fusion, completed the order for defence company TAUV Intelligent Armour Systems. Under a $300,000 phase 1 contract, Titomic…