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Titomic becomes first Research Service Provider certified 3D printing company

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Australian metal 3D printing company Titomic has been certified as a Research Service Provider (RSP), making it the first additive manufacturing company to achieve the status.

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Awarded by Innovation and Science Australia, the statutory body that advises the Australian Government on innovation, research and science issues, the RSP certification will allow Titomic to provide scientific or technical expertise and resources to perform research and development work for other companies. Titomic says this will help further the adoption of its Titomic Kinetic Fusion (TKF) technology in industries such as aerospace and defence.

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The RSP status also means the Melbourne-based company can now attract R&D work through off-set credits from major defence primes. Australian Government defines offsets as being a requirement for a percentage of the contract’s value to be subcontracted locally or for other forms of benefit to be granted, such as R&D work. Titomic Managing Director, Jeff Lang, said: […]

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