Tritone moves headquarters to accommodate future expansion

April 25, 2022

Tritone has moved to larger offices to accommodate business growth (Courtesy Tritone Technologies)
Tritone has moved to larger offices to accommodate business growth (Courtesy Tritone Technologies)

Metal and ceramic Additive Manufacturing provider Tritone Technologies has announced its move to a new office in Rosh-Ha’ayin, Israel. The new office is intended to provide a increased capacity for research & development, marketing, customer support, engineering and a new showroom.

Tritone’s Additive Manufacturing portfolio is based on the company’s MoldJet® technology, incorporated in its Dominant and DIM Additive Manufacturing systems. Since its introduction, Tritone has increased its set of available metal and ceramic materials to address the rigorous requirements of industrial applications. Enhancements have included advanced verification of print quality, precision and uniformity, higher throughput, and improved streamlined post process of parts.

“We were fortunate to find such a nice and large space located near our previous offices in the central area district of Israel,” stated Ronen Braunstein, COO of Tritone Technologies. “In the upcoming months, we will lease additional space for our lab support and machinery. Our new location will help our company to expedite growth and to give our employees a better working environment and experience. It will also help us stay in line with the current needs of showcasing our machines through online technologies, as things have shifted due to the COVID-19 pandemic where businesses had to become more accommodating to change.”

Tritone has moved to larger offices to accommodate business growth (Courtesy Tritone Technologies)

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