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SPEE3D introduces new TitanSPEE3D LFAM system

The system has a build volume of 2.4m x 1m, with a maximum printed part weight of 2,000kg

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SPEE3D, a leading industrial additive manufacturing company, is expected to introduce its groundbreaking large-format metal 3D printer, TitanSPEE3D, at the Large Scale Additive Action Team Meeting (LSAAT) held at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts.

TitanSPEE3D will bring a new era of metal component production, offering high design freedom and rapid production, in just days. This innovative printer will have the ability to create large metal parts that would typically require casting – a process that can stretch over months.

TitanSPEE3D uses SPEE3D’s proprietary Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing (CSAM) technology, which allows for rapid and low-cost metal printing. The printer will have a large build volume of 2.4m x 1m, with a maximum printed part weight of 2,000kg. TitanSPEE3D was designed to work with various metals, including 6061 Aluminium, Aluminium Bronze, and 316 Stainless Steel. The printer has a 4.3m x 4.3m floor area footprint and is 3.3m tall at its highest point, weighing approximately 5 metric tons.

“SPEE3D revolutionized large-scale metal 3D printing when we launched our first printer utilizing our unique Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing (CSAM) technology and have elevated this success through continual expansion of our 3D printing technologies,” said Paul Maloney, Chief Revenue Officer at SPEE3D. “The TitanSPEE3D will be a game changer for industries that rely on casting for very large parts, including defense, heavy industry, and others, to have the ability to print quickly, sustainably, and at a competitive cost. We’re thrilled to preview this technology at LSAAT.”

TitanSPEE3D will be available to a limited number of beta customers in 2024, with the commercial release slated for 2025.

Recently, SPEE3D launched its Expeditionary Manufacturing Unit (EMU), a complete on-site mobile AM solution. The EMU combines the company’s expeditionary metal 3D printer, XSPEE3D, with its SPEE3Dcell post-processing and testing unit in two 20-foot shipping containers, which together can produce cast-equivalent metal parts in record time close to the point of need.

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