Joe Manzo, CEO of Titan Industries was invited to present at the first Annual ASME 3D Printing Conference, held last week in Boston, Massachusetts.
Mr. Manzo presented Titan’s process for identifying components and systems that can exploit the benefits of Additive Manufacturing. The process, called Candidate Additive Manufacturing Part Selection (CAMPS) allows customers to use readily available data to quickly evaluate thousands of parts, and focus on the most promising candidates.
“When finding appropriate applications, it’s important to address not only the advantages of Additive Manufacturing, but also to consider the limitations and economic factors associated with this technology,” said Mr. Manzo. “This holistic view allows customers to more accurately evaluate the value of switching to AM, and make smarter business decisions.”
Titan Industries specializes in design, analysis, and fabrication of titanium components by additive manufacturing. Our designs provide significant advantages in weight, time, and cost, by exploiting both the material property benefits of titanium and the design freedoms provided by additive manufacturing.
Titan Industries has an exclusive strategic alliance with LAI, International, an established aerospace manufacturer. The LAI/Titan team is capable of delivering turn-key product development solutions from concept to production. Our core competencies are in structural design, finite element analysis, optimization, and fabrication.