In recent years, global interest in additive manufacturing (AM) of titanium alloys has gained considerable momentum, both in academia and in industry. Development of new AM methods, maturity of existing methods based on enhanced process understanding and recognition of new areas for potential use of AM have all contributed to the above. In Sweden, the interest in AM has also followed this trend, with growing emphasis on both pre-competitive research and industrial implementation. The purpose of this talk is to provide an overview of prominent activities associated with AM of titanium in Sweden, starting with early users that explored this technology already some ~15 years ago, covering recent examples of state-of-the-art efforts in the country, and finally discussing some emerging trends. Selected examples of AM methods for fabrication of Ti alloy components for targeted applications will be discussed, along with some of the key challenges associated with their industrial deployment.