Rosh Ha’ayin – 25 April 2022 – Tritone® Technologies, a global provider of metal and ceramic additive manufacturing (AM) technology for industrial production, has announced of its new headquarters location, to a new office space to accommodate the rapid growth and future expansion plans for its business. Tritone Technologies is pleased to announce the move […]
Paris (France) / Rosh Ha’ayin (Israel), March 17th, 2022. ERM Fab&Test has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Tritone® Technologies, an innovator in metal additive manufacturing. ERM Fab&Test thus optimally complements their range of metal 3D printers and services offered in France and French speaking countries in Africa. Flexibility, quality, and many years of experience […]
The new Tritone® DIM system extends the availability for manufacturing industrial throughput on demand metal parts 14 Nov 2021, Rosh Haayin, Israel. Tritone Technologies, a pioneer in metal additive manufacturing, today announced the introduction of the Tritone® DIM, a mid-range metal AM platform. Powered by Tritone’s patented Moldjet® technology, DIM addresses the needs of consumer […]
Proud to enable additive manufacturing for MIMPLUS with Tritone’s Moldjet technology. MIMplus Technologies GmbH & Co. KG is further increasing its 3D printing competence and expanding the area of additive manufacturing with MoldJet technology from Tritone Technologies. This is an additive, sinter-based manufacturing process for the industrial production of high quality, complex […]
https://www.3dprintingmedia.network/runout-installs-first-tritone-dominant-for-industrial-am-of-metal-parts/ Tritone Technologies, a pioneer in metal additive manufacturing, installed its first Tritone Dominant beta system at Runout, an Israel-based provider of accurate CNC machining and milling for industrial, Hi-Tech and Aerospace applications.
The MoldJet technology, as explained in the interview by Tritone’s VP Products and Business Development, Omer Sagi, is 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 the full interview here – […]