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Today's foundry industry faces numerous challenges with manufacture and procurement of molding and core equipment including long lead times for materials, supply costs that seem to increase weekly, and skilled labor scarcity. However, there is a proven solution that can overcome these obstacles. Enter pellet extrusion additive manufacturing powered by 3D Systems' EXT Titan Pellet series (formerly known as Titan Atlas series) 3D Printers. This innovative technology enables the production of patterns and core boxes in significantly less time and at a greatly reduced cost compared to traditional methods.

During this webinar, we will showcase real-world examples of how innovative foundries have leveraged EXT Titan Pellet Extrusion systems to significantly improve competitiveness and significantly reduce time to market.

Join us as we explore a detailed comparison between manufacturing pattern equipment using EXT Titan Pellet 3D printers and the conventional pattern making process. We will assess factors such as lead time, bench properties, and cost, with the objective of delivering patterns of equal or superior quality and durability at half the cost and in half the time.

Our Expert

Marshall L. Miller, 3D SystemsMarshall Miller has over 44 years of experience in the foundry industry in diverse roles, including Technical Manager, Quality Manager, Machining, and Purchasing Castings. He served as the first Chair of the Printer Tool Committee of the AFS Additive Division, working with foundries to employ additive manufacturing in their operations to 3D print pattern equipment and expendable patterns on a global scale. In addition, Marshall was the past Chair of the Lost Foam Division, completed a 3D Printed Tool AFS Project, and is the current Chair of the AFS Tennessee Chapter.