Atlas 2.0 3D printer
The Atlas 3D printer with full enclosure.
Colorado-based 3D printing startup, Titan Robotics has launched the second edition of its large-format 3D printer, The Atlas, ahead of its debut at the CES 2016 3D Printing Marketplace in Las Vegas next month.
Armed with a bigger build space and improved quality components, Titan Robotics say the new machine is “truly bombproof” that utilises the same quality of components with upgrades in CNC milled components, scorching hot heated beds, Yaskawa AC Servos, high temperature lubricants, and the utmost in free, 24/7 customer service.
The next-generation machine boasts a build space of 36x36x48 inches and the option to add dual extruders to increase the functionality of the machine. The most new requested feature is an optional heated steel enclosure which will attain constant temperatures of up to 85°C.
“Our customers need these machines for industrial production capabilities with ABS, and we provided a real solution to creating large format ABS parts without warping at any height,” Clay Guillory, CEO and Founder of Titan Robotics, explained. “Government contractors, manufacturing shops, universities and 3D print shops are coming to us because they are looking for a machine that is tried and tested and will print 200+ hour print jobs consistently.”
CES visitors can see Titan Robotics at the Sands Expo, Hall A-C in the 3D printing marketplace on booth 72712 on 6-9th January 2016. Titan Robotics will join over 50 names in the 3D printing industry exhibiting at the event including 3D Systems, Aleph Objects, Dassault Systemes, Mcor Technologies and Stratasys.
Registration is also open for the 3D Printing Conference organised by TCT + Personalize which will feature speakers from HP, Carbon 3D, Made in Space and more. REGISTER HERE.