Tritone Technologies to showcase its metal and ceramic AM at Rapid+TCT 2023

April 14, 2023

Tritone’s Dominant (left) and Dim (right) machines will be on display (Courtesy Tritone Technologies)
Tritone’s Dominant (left) and Dim (right) machines will be on display (Courtesy Tritone Technologies)

Metal and ceramic additive manufacturer Tritone Technologies, Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel, has announced it will showcase its range of MoldJet Additive Manufacturing machines this year’s Rapid + TCT 2023, scheduled to take place May 2-4 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Tritone’s Dominant and Dim machines will be on display, as well as various applications demonstrating the wide range of high performance materials available for its technology. These include copper, stainless steels, titanium, tool steels, high-temperature alloys, and ceramics.

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A live demo is intended to illustrate MoldJet’s operational advantages, emphasising the fact that its machine contains no loose powder and offers a green and safe industrial environment, quick changeover between materials and more.

“This is our second time exhibiting in Rapid + TCT. This marks another significant milestone in Tritone’s journey”, stated Ben Arnold, VP Business Development, NA. “Since our US introduction at 2022 event Tritone has expanded and opened a US-based subsidiary, to meet the growing demand for our unique technology in the region. Companies want the economic advantages that other sinter-based AM modalities bring, but they also want flexible, safe, and consistent operating platforms. Tritone and MoldJet bring a better turnkey solution to the market. It’s a compelling and fun story to share”.

Tritone will be on booth #2724 at Rapid+TCT.

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Tritone’s Dominant (left) and Dim (right) machines will be on display (Courtesy Tritone Technologies)

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