Volvo Group Adopts Titomic’s Cold Spray Technology for Repair Operations: A 3D Printing Revolution


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Australian metal additive manufacturing company, Titomic Limited, has recently completed the sale of a D523 Low Pressure Cold Spray System (D523) to the Volvo Group for €55,000 (AUD 90,865). This demonstrates the integration of Titomic’s cold spray technology into Volvo’s Repair and Remanufacture operations, amplifying Titomic’s presence in the MRO industry.

Renowned globally in the automotive and heavy equipment sectors, the Volvo Group’s adoption of Titomic’s state-of-the-art technology marks a significant advancement in the field. Esteemed clients such as Rolls Royce and MTU Power have already experienced the benefits of Titomic’s groundbreaking solutions.

The process of selling the D523 to Volvo Group is a key turning point for Titomic, as it exhibits their ability to supply novel capabilities to industry leaders. As one of the world’s largest truck manufacturers, Volvo Group’s extensive portfolio includes heavy equipment that demands maintenance and repair, making the integration of D523 a strategic plan. The focus is primarily on maintaining, repairing, and overhauling heavy equipment engines, particularly for Volvo Trucks, with the potential to expand into Volvo Construction Equipment in the future.

Titomic’s Managing Director Herbert Koeck highlighted that Volvo’s adoption of this technology showcases the superior performance of Titomic’s products, as well as the growing interest in them throughout Europe and the global remanufacturing and maintenance sector.

This sale doesn’t only pave the way for additional sales within Volvo, but it also evidences the influence of Titomic’s technology in augmenting remanufacturing and maintenance capabilities across a range of different sectors.

Source:

australianmanufacturing.com.au

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