APG adopts Tritone’s MoldJet technology

October 18, 2022

The Tritone Dominant machine on Alpha Precision Group premises (Courtesy Tritone Technologies)
The Tritone Dominant machine on Alpha Precision Group premises (Courtesy Tritone Technologies)

Tritone Technologies, Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel, has announced that Alpha Precision Group (APG), St Mary’s, Pennsylvania, USA, is now offering industrial production on a Tritone Dominant machine from its Ridgway, Pennsylvania, facility.

“We believe that APG is a technology leader and are committed to investing into that position. Adding the Tritone Dominant with its MoldJet technology is a strong sign of our commitment to offer advanced technology to the marketplace and our customers,” stated Stephen P Madill, Executive VP Sales & Marketing, Alpha Precision Group. “This new approach to Additive Manufacturing (aka 3D metal printing) offers a new tool that will be beneficial for our customers as we satisfy their total needs for the technology.”

The Dominant machine is based on Tritone’s MoldJet technology, a ‘powder-free’ Additive Manufacturing system that enables industrial production of high-quality metal and ceramic parts. Built for producing large quantity of high-density parts with complex geometries and a variety of metal and ceramic materials, the technology enables parallel manufacturing of parts of various sizes, shapes, and applications.

“We are extremely excited to see Alpha Precision Group’s commitment to invest in our Dominant system and offer this advanced technology to their customers,” added Omer Sagi, VP Products and Business Development, Tritone Technologies. “Partnering with this technology leader marks a significant and strategic milestone for Tritone as we enter the North American market. We look forward to collaborating with APG to expand access to our technology and suite of applications and materials.”

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The Tritone Dominant machine on Alpha Precision Group premises (Courtesy Tritone Technologies)

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