Reduce Cycle Times
Print fast with pellet extrusion on the Atlas-HS, then quickly achieve a smooth end-use part with milling either during or after printing on the same machine.
Decrease Part Costs
Reduce material costs up to 10X with pellet feedstocks and cut labor costs with automated milling of parts on the print bed
End-Use Manufacturing Ready
The Atlas-HS is proven for industrial applications including creating patterns, molds, jigs, fixtures, and end-use parts.
Production Manufacturing with the Atlas-HS
Reliable 3D Printing and Milling for Production
The Atlas-HS' industrial motion control system increases up-time and reliability with a CNC controller, closed-loop system with servos on all axes, and remote monitoring capabilities.
Built for the Factory Floor
With a welded steel frame that is precision machined, the Atlas-HS is a production-proven additive manufacturing system. The industrial heated and insulated enclosure means the Atlas-HS is ready for any production floor with a controlled environment for printing and milling.
Open Architecture for More Control
Manufacturers can choose the right materials for their applications, with hundreds of grades of open-market pellet materials available for use on the Atlas-HS. Printing and milling parameters can be dialed-in to optimize serial production hybrid manufacturing applications.
Atlas H-S Specifications
Build Volume Atlas 2.5 42"X x 42"Y x 44"Z (Print) 42"X x 39"Y x 39"Z (Cut) Atlas 3.6 50"X x 50"Y x 72"Z (Print and Cut) Custom Sizes Available Toolhead Configurations Two Toolheads Pellet Extruder + Spindle Three Toolheads Pellet Extruder + Spindle + Filament Extruder Dual Filament Extruders + Spindle Temperatures Pellet Extruder 400˚C Filament Extruder 400˚C Bed 140˚C Enclosure 80˚C Spindle Features Speed 18,000 RPM (1.5HP) Tool Size Up to 1/4" diameter, 4" length Tools Charger 6 tool capacity Tool Calibration 3-axis sensor configuration Chip Collector Brush/vacuum chip collection system
Extrusion Capabilities Pellet Nozzle Diameters 0.6 mm - 9.0 mm Pellet Layer Heights 0.4 mm - 6.0 mm Pellet Extruder Throughput 1 lb - 30 lbs *per hour Filament Nozzle Diameters 0.4 mm - 1.2 mm Filament Layer Heights 0.15 mm - 1.0 mm Filament Throughput <1 lb - 2 lbs per hour
*Max flow rate with 9 mm nozzle
Control System Motion Controller CNC Controller Drives Servos on all axes Print Speeds Up to 30,000 mm/min Atlas 3.6 Up to 60,000 mm/min Slicing Software Simplify3D System Requirements Power Input 208V Three Phase 100A Atlas 1.0 & 2.5 Machine Weight 4500 lbs Atlas 3.6 Machine Weight 6000 lbs Atlas 1.0 & 2.5 Machine Footprint 8 x 7 x 8.6 ft Atlas 3.6 Machine Footprint 11 x 10 x 10 ft
Frequently Asked Questions
The Atlas-HS can support up to three tollheads on its gantry. The Atlas-HS is available with one pellet extruder and one spindle toolhead, as well as an optional single filament extruder. The Atlas-HS is also available with dual pellet extruders and a spindle toolhead for dual printing and milling capabilities. See the Atlas and Atlas-H pages for extrusion only options without a spindle.
Pellets, or granules, are the most affordable 3D printing feedstock available. With the dual retracting pellet extruders on the Atlas-HS, you are no longer limited to using filament extrusion in order to print with multiple materials. With a dual extruder system that includes one pellet extruder and one filament extruder, not only can you still print with two materials, but you can also select the right extrusion method for your application. Some examples of dual material printing include printing with a high-performance model material and a water soluble support material out of pellets or filament, or printing with rigid and flexible materials on the same part.
No, the Atlas-HS can utilize 100’s of grades of pellet materials and dozens of filament materials from the supplier of your choice. Titan’s experts can recommend the right materials for your application and provide materials already proven on the Atlas-HS systems. Titan can also assist customers in procuring their desired materials.
Yes, the Atlas-HS enables milling of parts in-situ, or during the printing process. Through software and G-Code, the Atlas-HS will print a section of the part, for example 1″ in height, then switch to the spindle toolhead to mill that section of the print. Once milling of the section is complete, the system will begin printing another section and repeat this process until the part build is complete.
The Atlas-HS is the only model that features a spindle toolhead for milling parts. The Atlas-HS is available with several extruder options, such as a single pellet and single filament extruder in addition to the spindle, or dual pellet extruders and the spindle toolhead. The Atlas-HS features a heavy-duty, robust frame and industrial components to support the spindle and additional extruder toolheads.
Yes, Titan’s experts are your partner for implementing this technology every step of the way. From guiding you in preparing your site for machine installation, to training before, during, and after on-site installation, we use our extensive know-how to ensure your success. Titan offers training remotely as well as in-person during installation.