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Additive Manufacturing (AM) is changing global manufacturing, especially in the aerospace industry where large-format 3D printers are used to produce tooling, fixtures, patterns and molds. Pellet extrusion and hybrid additive and subtractive systems offer a unique solution for these aerospace applications by leveraging the use of high-performance, low-cost pellet feedstocks and machining techniques to produce these large fixtures and tools at a fraction of the time and cost compared to filament extrusion or traditional manufacturing methods.

In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • About pellet extrusion 3D printing and how it achieves up to 10X faster print times, up to 10X savings on material costs and higher part performance pertaining to aerospace applications
  • How hybrid additive and subtractive systems can be leveraged to address part surface finish requirements and shorter lead times
  • How to select the right AM process for your application
  • How aerospace companies and DoD facilities can utilize EXT Titan Pellet industrial 3D printers to produce large fixtures, tools, patterns, molds and more





Clay Guillory is a mechanical engineer with extensive experience in additive manufacturing, pellet extrusion 3D printing and CNC machining. Clay founded Titan Robotics in 2014, specializing in large-format 3D printer manufacturing and launching the Titan pellet extrusion and hybrid additive and subtractive systems. After the acquisition of Titan Robotics by 3D Systems in April 2022, Clay now leads the Titan branch of 3D Systems' Application Innovation Group, expanding and developing new solutions for production additive manufacturing for industrial customers.



Dr. Mike Shepard is an aerospace metallurgist, specializing in fatigue and fracture. Mike spent 16 years at Air Force Research Laboratory in Dayton, Ohio where he led the Behavior and Life Prediction Section and ultimately the Aircraft Structures Technology Branch. During his time in these organizations, he led efforts to both develop new technologies and solve field issues for turbine engines and airframe structures. He now leads 3D Systems’ Aerospace & Defense Segment, helping customers rapidly design and produce additively manufactured components for aerospace and defense applications, accelerate the certification process, and optimize their entire supply chain.