3d systems ext 1070 titan pellet

high-speed, large format industrial 3d printer with cnc milling option

EXT 1070 Titan Pellet (formerly Titan Atlas 2.5) is a large-format, high-speed industrial production system utilising low-cost thermoplastic pellet feedstocks

shorten lead times

Up to 10x faster compared to traditional filament extrusion 3D printing

reduce costs

Save money with pellet extrusion 3D printing using affordable thermoplastic pellets, up to 10x lower cost compared to traditional filament 3D printing feedstocks

print full scale

Production of full-scale medium-to-large size parts with no need for gluing pieces together

purpose built, production ready

Proven production Additive Manufacturing system for applications including patterns, molds, tooling, jigs, fixtures, end-use parts and full-scale prototypes

pellet extrusion

Enables the use of highly flexible elastomers and high-percentage glass and carbon-filled materials, from commondity feedstocks to high-temperature, high-performance materials

hybrid manufacturing

Incorporates our proven pallet extrusion system and may be equipped with additional toolheads on the same gantry

ext 1070 titan pellet

Ideal for medium-to-large part production, with applications from tooling and patterns to end-use patterns


Pellet Extrusion


18,000 RPM
Width 2400 mm
Depth 2100 mm
Height 2600 mm
Weight 2041 kg
Width 1070 mm
Depth 1070 mm
Height 1118 mm


How many toolheads can the ext 1070 have?
The EXT 1070 can support up to three toolheads on its gantry. The machine is standard with one pellet extruder. Optional configurations include adding a second pellet extruder, a milling spindle toolhead, or a single filament extruder.

The EXT 1070 LT version is limited to one pellet extruder plus filament extruders. Dual pellet or spindle configurations are not available.
Why would you want to print with two different materials on one print?
Pellets, or granules, are the most affordable 3D printing feedstock available. With the dual retracting pellet extruders available on the Ext 1070, you are no longer limited to using filament extrusion to print with multiple materials. With a dual extruder system that includes one pellet extruder and one filament extruder, not only can you still print with two materials, but you can also select the right extrusion method for your application. Some examples of dual material printing include printing with a high-performance model material and a water-soluble support material out of pellets or filament, or printing with rigid and flexible materials on the same part.
do i have to use 3d systems' materials on the ext 1070?
No, the EXT 1070 can utilize 100s of grades of pellet materials and dozens of filament materials from the supplier of your choice. 3D Systems’ experts can recommend the right materials for your application and provide materials already proven on our systems.
Can you mill a 3d printed part that is taller than 100mm (4in), the reach of the spindle toolhead?
Yes. During software preparation of the print file, the overall part height determines how many milling passes will be required. You may print 25mm (1in) in height, for example, then mill, then print another 25mm (1in), then mill, and so on until the fully printed and milled part is complete.
how is the ext 1070 different from the ext 1270?
The primary difference is build size. The EXT 1070’s maximum print size is 1070mm x 1070mm x 1118mm (42” x 42” x 44”) while the EXT 1270 can print up to 1270mm x 1270mm x 1829mm (50” x 50” x 72”).
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