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TITAN: Inspiring the Next Generation of Manufacturers

“Everyday when I come into class, my students want to talk about Titan. I think its great that our industry has a leader that makes manufacturing cool again.”

Cleveland, OH
CNC Instructor


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Can you see the Vision NOW?
Can you see the vision and platform yet???
Do you see it?

I Saw fault in how our kids are learning CNC Machining in schools across the nation... Love the teachers and schools... Think Teachers are Amazing. Just felt that technology is moving way to fast and many teachers just don't have the funds or curriculum to keep up. We live in a Multi-Axis world and there is no present teaching standard for this highly complex world... So I stepped up to help the teachers, schools and industry... I took a challenge and spent 2 yrs of my life and built a different kind of CNC school that came from inside my head... and created a curriculum that teaches backwards but leads to a better result, I simplified the process using state of the art technology and used the prison platform to not only change lives but because it allowed me a TV platform that would be seen by everyone now and over future years to come.

Now, during tomorrow's episode... We are teaching CNC Machining on National TV! I have done segments over the years with high schools and colleges... but this was an opportunity to build my own design of a CNC school right on TV.
Come on now... ? You must see the vision and how crazy this is?? Now all schools, teachers and machine shops can copy the Free template set in place on video and download the curriculum for FREE at

Want to thank all my partners and team that actually made all of it come together for Real.

PS. Just got word that 4 more (TITANS of CNC) CNC schools will be created this year in 4 additional prisons in California.
Special Shout out to Michael Valdez and his amazing team of correctional educators for wanting to actually help educate men... not just baby sit them.
That makes 5 schools out of 35 California prisons... and growing. And the next 4 School barely need my help... They just follow the TV show and guidelines / curriculum that is on the academy.

Also have schools in every state and down the street adopting my new curriculum. 600+ teachers registered.
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Jason WadsworthAlways awesome to see what you do Titan. I went to a machining school and pretty much nothing taught there is much real-world. We learned on a 3 axis vertical cnc with a single fixture and a cnc lathe that is in the process of being retired at most shops. Today we use pallet systems, multiple fixtures, and enough tools to start a war. Real world has to meet the classroom in order for today's generation to succeed in the industry.10   ·  20 hours ago

Justin LongoriaI said it once I'll say it again. Great work bro. Adding value to a man that society tries to write off is a great investment. I don't have Mavtv, is there any other way to watch the show?3   ·  18 hours ago

Osciel CervantesI live in California. Does anyone knows of there's any channel that I can see this tv show??1   ·  11 hours ago

Frank McQuadeKeep pushing this in Schools, not everyone is cut out for a College degree and a desk Job ! need Shop Class in High Schools back !7   ·  20 hours ago

Shane DooleyHonestly you are 100% right. I have been machining for 14 years now and i feel so far behind. As capable as i am as a machinist I feel as tho I lack the skills needed to stay up to date in this industry and I feel the lack of value in my paycheck because of it. Im nearing the point of a crossroad in my life to leave the machining industry due to the lack of money for machinist even with tons of experience.2   ·  19 hours ago

Larry CameronSo much respect from Iowa! I grew up in the rust belt and cut my teeth the hard way, now I'm trying to put one son through a machining trade school and I am so disappointed. You are so right that a whole new approach was needed due to funding and allegiances to donors. I hope this catches on and more schools adopt your program or at the least,emulate it as best they can. THANK YOU for all your doing from a fellow brother in this machining world!2   ·  17 hours ago

Rajkumar SDear Titan you are receiving my #respect 🙋 . If you able, just do it. Because God doesn't give the tendency to all peoples.2   ·  17 hours ago

Thomas SkodzinskyWhen I think of Mr. Gilroy and all his works for the common good, I think all is right in this world. The United States government, are you listening?2   ·  16 hours ago

JOlo MCshineronYour works are truly amazing. Keep it up! I hope someday i can be with your team.3   ·  20 hours ago

David R AngelesTo late for me...I retired from CNC ...would have appreciated this ..👍2   ·  17 hours ago

Ez Rahyou never fail to amaze me Titan... thank you for that! i wanna be like you someday..2   ·  21 hours ago

William Goodwin🙏🏼🙏🏼... Aloha Braddah!! Malama Pono and Akua will bless you 10 fold... 🤙🏼💯1   ·  12 hours ago

John HindersTitan, keep up the good work! We support you.2   ·  18 hours ago

Ronnie EvansThat's cool2   ·  18 hours ago

Ralph KesslerBe there or be square2   ·  20 hours ago

Oscar Chavez-EstradaI love this job....I’m an operator CNC1   ·  15 hours ago

Dana William WorthI'm very impressed with what I've seen of your work on YouTube. You proved that a Haas machine is not what many think it is for one. Great job!7 hours ago

Roland TamaruOkay Jason, here it is!3 hours ago

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"Pit Bulls Holding Down a LION"

This is my Lion after the first CNC roughing pass. It's aluminum now but will be machined out of Titanium next.

Titanium (6AL-4V) is 10.0 Dia X 15.25 Long.

I love building cool fixtures and knew I needed a Beast to hold this Lion down... Also knew I have massive clearance issues so I might have to machine into the fixture to get the job finished...

This is what I came up with... I call it "Pit Bulls Holding Down A LION"

10 Massive Mitee-Bite Products LLC Pit Bull Clamps... Delivering 120,000 pounds of force. I staggered them High & Low to deliver force in a way that keeps the Massive piece of Titanium Rigid & Perfectly Perpendicular to the Table...

If the Material moved even .020 - I would never be able to get it back into perfect place or even know that something went wrong until it finished and saw something slightly off.

I am making a video that will teach exactly how I programmed and machined this Beast of a Titanium LION. It will be featured on our FREE

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Scott DewMitee-Bite Pit Bull clamps are awesome! They really helped us increase our production capabilities. Are you going to put a couple of locating dowels in the fixture that line up under the part for twist and to relocate if you have to remove it?7   ·  2 days ago

Austin ReclaWould be sweet to somehow record the whole finish pass and post it3   ·  2 days ago

Joshua MooreWould have looked really cool if you would have did the lion out of bronze. Also do you ever have trouble with the tip of your ball nose loading up?2   ·  2 days ago

Mark AllmonJust curious how much that chunk of material is worth.1   ·  2 days ago

Brandon WattierGive your programmer a raise.Save on tools.1   ·  2 days ago

Kevin HenryThose clamps have phenomenal holding pressure.1   ·  2 days ago

Marshall JamisonWe use them all the time. Knive edge, and blunt edge. It's amazing what can be clamped, with so little. We make out own out of CPM 10V. They work even better.3   ·  2 days ago

Tyler JonesHahaha and there were haters on the other vid post that had no idea what your design was. Oh people crack me up...2   ·  2 days ago

Jay JohnsMan that would make a sick handle for the suicide shifter on my scoot2   ·  2 days ago

Luke WindersCnc machining a Packard 374 out of stainless steel would be RAD!!2   ·  2 days ago

Eric DavidsonWe've used pitbull clamps to hold huge die pads and man the hold1   ·  2 days ago

Doug LawlerThis lion head would be a wonderful donation to the Bethel Isl Lions. Btw. Looks good. 360 to the rescue.1   ·  2 days ago

Sam EnglandI would like to see some more of this fixture2   ·  2 days ago

Eugene RossiLooking good, can't wait to see when it's done.2   ·  2 days ago

Seth Pirmann Sr.That's awesome.2   ·  2 days ago

Rajkumar SBhoom move on 👍💪2   ·  2 days ago

Tim Speedy LeeAmazing.2   ·  2 days ago

Robert PoeschlBravo!!!2   ·  2 days ago

Tacticool22Great work2   ·  2 days ago

Eric SchneiterSo Rad Man!1   ·  2 days ago

Don CampbellJust beautiful!.....great work!......DC2   ·  2 days ago

Carrillo Lux CarlosExcellent work expert2   ·  2 days ago

Brian Habingreitherlike to see the finish pass too would be awsome2   ·  2 days ago

Joshua Michael LegaultIn case it does move you could always scribe a layout line around the base with a few perpendicular lines. I do stuff like that on jobs I can't scrap out that you'd never be able to realign otherwise. It would still be difficult to realign but not impossible.3   ·  2 days ago

Eric HoskinsTitan Gilroy! I am an ex-con with 11 years inside, I just seen your TV show on Mav about the machine shop at San Quentin, I truly admire everything you've accomplished. Oregon prisons are in desperate need of machining technology to help raise up capable and skilled men and women to enter a successful and bankable career. After my release in 2009 I had no career skills until I was blessed by a machine shop owner who took a chance on me and invested lots of time and energy, even helping me go to school to learn how to become a machinist. I want with all my heart to learn everything you can teach me in CNC. I have 5 kids and a grandson to take care of so I desperately need to up my game to support them. I truly love cutting metal, the art of machining is beautiful! I am going to begin pursuing this and would be grateful to learn anything I can. God bless you and thank you for all that you do for America!3   ·  1 day ago

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Final little Kiss step before Roughing on this side finishes... This is slowed way down and I turned off the coolant just so you could take a look. This is Aluminum right now but I will be cutting a 6AL-4V Titanium one next... Crazy Fusion 360 Path huh? The block of metal is 10" Dia X 15.25 Long... TMS Titanium donated the Titanium for education purposes... Mill Extension is the Kennametal Duo-lock modular system... Now it's time for side B 🙂

I have envelop clearance issues so even though it is a 5th, I am side milling like it was a 4th on the initial rough.

CNC Machining... BOOM!!!

I will also post a video on our FREE Academy showing exactly how I programmed it and ran the Titanium.
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TITANS of CNCOnly the first roughing tool is done... Now we go smaller to get the definition and hollow out the mouth and teeth.18   ·  3 days ago

TITANS of CNCSlowed it down and turned off the coolant to catch the last pass for you guys... Also it's does full profile in Adaptive and then steps up to the top during roughing...3   ·  3 days ago

Sergio ElPrototipoWhen can we hey some champion 5th axis programming lessons champ ??1   ·  3 days ago

Timothy HainesAnd please tell us.. you turned those feeds and speeds Down for filming, that's not actually what you are running?.....1   ·  3 days ago

Marc HeysYou're cutting a ton of California air with that tool path. It doesn't matter how fast you go, if you're not engaging material with the whole pass, you're not being efficient.4   ·  3 days ago

Danny PapadatosThat finish looks like hell. Throw in a ball mill and start running full 5 axis.9   ·  3 days ago

Jerry MetivaWhat kind of coating is on that tool?1   ·  3 days ago

Hector CastilloHarold J Bernard III!! Our favorite endmill line lately!!3   ·  3 days ago

Bill AlexanderThanks for sharing!2   ·  3 days ago

Jeff JajeCan't wait to see how it turns out.1   ·  3 days ago

Joe Tomickithere is a way, or 5.haha1   ·  3 days ago

Daniel PhillipsAwesome! So complex!1   ·  3 days ago

Alan WattsBOOM!1   ·  3 days ago

Ryan KirkbrideAwesome work!1   ·  3 days ago

Mitchell M BellamyThat's awesome work1   ·  3 days ago

Jeremy WrightNice! I'd like to get the model and compare a few things. I'd like to know time to program, estimated run time and actual run time. Then I'd like to compare if I did it! 😉2 days ago

Steve GerstnerI have a draw full of that 6AL4V, that is some tough stuff to cut.3 days ago

Alan WattsKudos for slowing it down as opposed to slowing the footage. A lot of the cool stuff falls away when that happens! BOOM!3 days ago

Derek M. FritzeYou ask if Fusion360 runs powerful logarithms? Well here is your answer! BOOOM2 days ago

Sam StehulaDJ Khaled is obsessed with lion statues. Send him a finished piece and he'll probably hype you up on his snapchat 😂2 days ago

Eddie SchislerFraisa our first choice1   ·  3 days ago

Steve PopmarkovWhen I grow up and become a Big endmill!3 days ago

John TingleyAwesome work, you truly are a pro3 days ago

Geremy BurkeNice looking took path3 days ago

Trent HamiltonWhat was the cycle time?3 days ago

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Build a CNC Machining School in San Quentin Prison right on national TV...
Build the most advanced CNC curriculum ever developed and teach the inmates on the biggest platform ever... which is TV.
Show everyone that all curriculum being used is prehistoric and that its time to take CNC education into the 21st century!
OK... And then put the TV show and Curriculum online for FREE so all machinist and educators can not only learn how to build a school and or shop... They can use the curriculum for FREE.

Check out the FREE advanced online platform at

Also, watch TITANS of CNC on MAVTV this Monday at 9PM.
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Let the teaching begin! Catch an all new episode of TITANS of CNC this Monday at 9pm ET. #MAVTV #MotorsportsNetwork

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Let the teaching begin! Catch an all new episode of TITANS of CNC this Monday at 9pm ET. #MAVTV #MotorsportsNetwork

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Isaac EakesI beg to differ on the felon thing owners in most states get some sort of tax break and honestly I hate to say it but I'd take a felon over some of these people from my generation who can't even show up to work and when they do, they don't do anything. On another note I do agree with the updating of teaching machining. Everyone's technology has improved leaps and bounds on cutters and even in a school I went to 5 years ago the tooling has jumped leaps and bounds so kudos man I enjoy watching your videos and am glad your doing something useful for all and not just yourself. Keep up the good work8   ·  1 week ago

Justin WeingartPeople hire felons all the time. They have nothing to loose and everything to gain by coming to work everyday and doing a good job.3   ·  1 week ago

Frank AcevedoLove what your doing. I've been a machinist for 15yrs and see your show is motivating me to start my own shop2   ·  1 week ago

Laurent DeconinckThank you. MN just approved 16-17 year old kids to work in shops. Great online classes for them to learn.2   ·  1 week ago

Barrett MillsBuilding wood working machines both Evans and Ritter1   ·  1 week ago

Thomas SkodzinskyKeep up the good work TITANS of CNC1   ·  1 week ago

Jason BraggThey will hire exfelons3   ·  1 week ago

Tony GottoGod bless AMERICA. training1   ·  1 week ago

Alan WattsBOOM2   ·  1 week ago

Wayne WernerGeorge Tucker into short run fast turnaround 5000 an less parts, so what made the tool and die industry was car models changed almost every year . Now it's everything else has a new model - that ramp speed is what's evolving1 week ago

Charles HeckTitan, again you hit a home run on bringing the subject of having skilled machinists and programmers to the public. The president' new emphasis on apprenticeships ties in well. I watch your shows always with great delight. Please keep them coming1 week ago

Gerald MaxieWould love to work with you on the curriculum, I am building a 21st program at a tech school in SC, all my students know of you.1 week ago

Paul WebsterBryan Gaviria you're gettin ready to have a healthy free boost in the business.1   ·  1 week ago

Eric EhlmannYou know a good way to stay "hire-able" is to not get thrown in prison?1   ·  1 week ago

Timothy JamesDon't drop the inserts.. 😉1   ·  1 week ago

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Educate Yourself About American Manufacturing

“Guys like Titan are helping to bring Made in America back, stronger than ever. His story is an inspiration to all of us that anyone, anywhere in this great nation can mount a comeback and make us all stronger for it.”

President of the Alliance for
American Manufacturing


Educate Yourself About American Manufacturing

“Guys like Titan are helping to bring Made in America back, stronger than ever. His story is an inspiration to all of us that anyone, anywhere in this great nation can mount a comeback and make us all stronger for it.”

President of the Alliance for
American Manufacturing


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