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Australia: Titomic Unveils Largest 3D Printed UAV, Over 1.8 Meters in Diameter

Australia: Titomic Unveils Largest 3D Printed UAV, Over 1.8 Meters in Diameter

Written by David

May 1, 2019

Titomic , is unveiling what they claim to be the largest titanium 3D printed unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) at over 1.8 meters in diameter (almost six feet). Created at Titomic’s research and development facility in Melbourne, Australia, the UAV was printed on the TKF 9000 , with their proprietary technology, Titomic Kinetic Fusion™ (TKF), using titanium as the material for a rugged vehicle prototype meant for future applications in the military or law enforcement. The UAV, benefiting from all the advantages of 3D printing with metal, is both strong and lightweight and can be easily fortified for live combat situations offering both durability and protection for soldiers. Drones are a common type of unmanned vehicle, often directed by remote control or a computer which may be located on board. Potential is expanding for UAVS rapidly, although their uses have been primarily military. With metal 3D printing, companies and organizations […]

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