Titan Robotics next-generation 3D printer Cronus

, a manufacturer of industrial 3D printers, has recently introduced the next generation of 3D printing hardware, the Cronus, a multi-gantry 3D printer that uses five print heads working together on a single part. Titan Robotics began building the first commercial multi-head machine using Autodeskstechnology in 2016. The technology that originally came from Project Escher intelligently distributes tool paths between multiple print heads working in unison on a single printer and is now a part of the companys additive manufacturing software,

Combined with Autodesk Netfabbs collaborative multi-head 3D printing technology, the Cronus provides a groundbreaking new solution for the additive manufacturing industry, allowing users to 3D print industrial scale parts at higher speeds and with greater detail than with traditional single-head 3D printing.

Titan Robotics uses its proven concepts and technology to minimize any compromise to detail or accuracy when printing large, complex parts on the Cronus. It can be fitted with various types of tool heads for subtractive and additive manufacturing, including pellet extruders to allow for extremely fast fabrication of large parts at 5 lbs/hour per print head.

The Cronus has a standard build volume of 72x30x20 inches, but can be customized to a customers needs. It is also available with a fully heated enclosure to allow for use with higher temperature plastics such as ABS, PC+PBT and other polycarbonate blends.

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