“A developer of industrial metal and ceramic AM technology, Israeli business Tritone recently expanded to North America”… Read SmarTech’s first report on Emerging 3D printing technologies and OEMs, authored by AM expert and startup advisor Tali Rosman.
Tritone is betting on the power of paste over the pain of powder.
Read Kerry Stevenson’s article on Tritone’s MoldJet technology; “It’s a fascinating process that enables use of a wider selection of metal and ceramic materials than is typically found with metal 3D printers”.
Read the interview from 3D Natives with AMT Metal on our latest case study – how can you reduce your cost and lead time by manufacturing with Tritone’s technology.
A great article written by Kerry Stevenson, Fabbaloo: “There are a number of advantages in using MoldJet over other 3D printing processes, not the least of which is the ability to use standard MIM powders”
Transitioning from prototype to mass production of metal parts. The Dominant system can facilitate any shape, design and complexity for a quick market launch of industrial production.
The unique advantages of the MoldJet technology – read the full interview in the AMPOWER Insights issue about the new process method for metal materials.
Read about Tritone’s MoldJet technology, a new powderless process that leverages ink jetting to produce high resolution parts in a range of metal alloys at industrial speed, equating to a throughput of up to 1,600 cc/hour.
Read Tritone’s CEO, Ofer Ben-Zur, interview by 3D ADEPT (3DA) for their “Opinion of the Week” series to explain our solution for Additive Manufacturing.
In his blog at Fabbaloo, Kerry Stevenson reviews Tritone’s MoldJet technology and how it took the usual 3D printing paradigm and twisted it backwards: instead of 3D printing the desired object, the technology 3D prints a mold.