Tritone Technologies, a provider of metal and ceramic Additive Manufacturing machines headquartered in Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel, has partnered with Delray Systems, Rochester, Michigan, USA, to establish a presence and technical resources in the heart of America’s automotive capital.
The move is seen as an important milestone for Tritone as it executes its North American expansion strategy. To date, this has included establishing a subsidiary in the US and installing several new machines. The company’s partnership with Delray Systems looks to further enhance its position as a key player in the US Additive Manufacturing market.
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“We examine the requirements of our customer base and are aware of the technologies that can drive their business to success,” shared Joe Rocca, president and founder of Delray. “Tritone fills a gap in the market where customers want to bring metal AM in-house, but don’t want to deal with the challenges of powder-based systems. For these cases, Tritone is the only company with a practical solution.”
“The leadership team at Delray have successfully introduced innovative 3D Printing solutions in their markets for over twenty years,” stated Ben Arnold, VP Business Development NA, Tritone Technologies. “They have the technical resources and applications focus we look for to build a strong presence in this important region. We are proud to have them as partners and look forward to growing with them.”
Tritone offers two Additive Manufacturing machines that utilise its MoldJet technology. The powder-free, sinter-based AM technology enables the fast industrial production of high-quality metal and ceramic parts. MoldJet is specifically designed to produce large quantities of parts with complex geometries. The technology is said to allow for seamless switching between a wide variety of metals and ceramics, facilitating the simultaneous manufacturing of parts in different sizes, shapes, and applications.