The war fighter today is constantly faced with new asymmetric threats and needs to be mobile in a multitude of complex operational scenarios. By delivering enhanced performance and reduced weight in infantry systems, war fighters are not overloaded and can react better to tactical conditions and improve the survivability and mobility.
Titomic offers scalable additive manufacturing technology to manufacture in reduced volume for a wide variety of metal soldier system components to improve protection and performance for the individual rifleman, resulting in reduced weight and energy consumption. This enhances mission flexibility, mobility and the ability to adapt to new situations.
Customised to fit uniform configuration, reducing weight and improving protection flexibility
High performance metal coatings for ballistics mass efficiency, high strength to weight ratio in soldier systems’ components to improve mobility and survivability
Deposit on thermally sensitive substrates
Dissimilar metal multi-layer lightweight armour plates
Up to 90% of aluminium or titanium material is machined away from a billet to achieve the final part in components for armoured personnel carriers, tanks and trucks. Titomic’s process can create a near net shape which requires machining away only 10% of material and as a result, improving profitability and reducing production time from days to hours.
Next gen metallic coatings, manufacture on demand for sustainment and maintenance agility
Components made with lighter and stronger super alloys are more fuel efficient for vehicles
Upgrade or manufacture of stronger, light weight armour fabrication
Eliminate manufacturing constraints by optimising complex shapes designed for application
Structure and part surfaces can be enhanced with materials engineering or produced with superior materials such as titanium super alloys and hybrid materials.
Maritime Frigates, Vessels and Submarines
Titomic's industrial scale metal additive manufacturing machines can create large, load bearing structures and metal componentry for frigates, offshore patrol boats, landing craft, unmanned underwater vehicles, naval equipment and submarines. Titomic Kinetic Fusion replaces traditionally manufacturing of metal parts for naval and marine to create seamless complex shapes with improved corrosion resistance.
high performance anti-fouling and hydrodynamic metal coatings
restorative metal additive manufacturing of hulls and worn, corroded parts
Large scale additive manufacturing of marine propulsion, drive shafts, turbine blades, rudders and bearings
Corrosion resistant dual-wall metal piping & valves to replace laser cladding & polymer coatings
Next generation super alloy additive manufactured near net shapes where only 10% of the material is machined away cuts the buy-to-fly ratio by up to 80%, reducing machining time from days to hours.
Titomic’s patented technology is suitable for building large, complex, seamless structures for applications such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or unmanned aircraft system (UAS), unmanned surface vehicles (USV), autonomous surface vehicles (ASV) and unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV or underwater drones).
Trusted autonomous systems such as tactical unmanned aerial vehicles (TUAVs) are unmanned robotics systems, supervised by human operators, that always act in predictable and reliable ways. With the increase in demand for operational reliability, environmental flexibility, there is a requirement for hand-held TUAVs to be ruggedised in order to vary payload capacity.
Titomic’s patented process utilises high performance Titanium alloys to additively manufacture UAVs with enhanced structured integrity, durability, stability for a more ruggedised UAVs to enable the warfighter to complete missions with reliability.
All metal construction also provides for tamperproof storage of operationally sensitive internal payloads from enemy combatants or curious friendlies. It is easier for simple cleaning and storage without the need for bulky (padded) cases in Q-stores, in deployed vehicles or in soldiers’ packs.
In defensive positions, ruggedised UAVs can be deployed forward and set down as unmanned listening posts, provide continuous or intermittent all-weather perimeter patrol and communications relay.
Titomic Kinetic Fusion is the optimal additive manufacturing process for complex shaped UAVs with a variable payload. By creating a seamless, monocoque metal structure without joints or seams, this provides a significant improvement in stability, strength to weight ratio and impact resistance during UAV landing whether it is intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance or for deliveries at the frontline.