Titomic Kinetic Fusion™

Titomic Kinetic Fusion, or "TKF" is based on supersonic particle deposition of metal powders to create industrial scale parts and complex surface coatings. Titomic has the exclusive rights to commercialise CSIRO’s proprietary and patented process for the application of cold-gas dynamic spraying of titanium or titanium alloy particles onto a scaffold to produce a load-bearing structure. This technology forms part of what is being marketed by Titomic as Titomic Kinetic Fusion.

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Advantages of the Titomic Kinetic Fusion Process

  • Fuse dissimilar metals for large seamless structures with enhanced engineered properties

  • Stronger structures without welding, folding or bending weak points

  • Production volumes without extensive production tooling 

  • Industry-leading build rates = faster manufacturing time & speed to market

  • More efficient use of energy and resources, saving production costs

Contact us to discuss your project requirements.

The Melbourne facility will house a 3D metal printer with a LxWxH 9x3x1.5m build area, although the process is not constrained to booth size and does not require gas shielding. 

The Titomic Kinetic Fusion process is pioneering large-scale advanced manufacturing for dissimilar metals, alloys and composites, replacing even traditional forms of manufacturing to produce load-bearing structures.


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