3D printer Titomic taps bomb detection boss to take the helm
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3D printer Titomic has finally found a permanent chief executive six months after a hugely successful ASX debut.
The new CEO, Gilbert Michaca, starts in June.
Mr Michaca has already helped take unique Australian technology global when he led Melbourne-based tech play Grey Innovation.
Grey’s bomb detection tech will be familiar to air travellers — it’s now seen in airports around the world when clothes and bags are swabbed for chemicals.
Jeff Lang will step back into the chief technology officer job, which was flagged in the IPO prospectus in September.
Titomic uses a 3D metal-printing technology co-developed with CSIRO that can manufacture complex parts without shape or size constraints — up to 30 times faster than conventional hardware.
Titomic shares surged 125 per cent on the day it listed and it’s been all upwards ever since.
The company listed at 20c, and opened on Monday at $1.52.