Titomic launches new 3D printer, announces sales

Metal additive manufacturing company Titomic has developed a new 3D printer, the Titomic D623 medium-pressure cold spray 3D printer, at the same time announcing two sales of the new product.

The company has received purchase orders worth $270,000 from German and Spanish companies for the systems which complement its existing D523 printers.

The D623 is capable of depositing harder metals than the company’s existing D523 model (pictured), enhancing key outcomes such as the ability to add wear resistant coatings and to restore high wear parts.

Sales have been made to:

  • The first system has been supplied to German company Neue Materialien Bayreuth GmbH which will use it to restore metal coatings and parts for their clients and for research and development
  • And the second has been sold to Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, Spain, adding additional capabilities to their additive manufacturing capabilities as well as being used for R&D. The system will be delivered in the near future.

Titomic managing director Herbert Koeck said the sales demonstrated the growing trust and demand for the company’s technology that was building in key markets.

Koeck said: “The development of this system adds strength to our product portfolio, and further cements the company as a leading cold spray and advanced manufacturing suppliers.

“Titomic now has a significantly varied cold spray offering, enabling us to add value to a broad range of industries and manufacturers.”

Tiromic has traditionally built much larger additive manufacturing systems utilising its Titomic Kinetic Fusion technology for manufacturing very large components.

However the latest product falls into the category of technologies for smaller systems that use cold spray technology to repair worn parts which it acquired when it purchased European cold spray company Dycomet Europe.

Picture: Titomic

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