Tritone Technologies partners with Technical Training Aids and Prototyping Solutions to expand US presence

May 22, 2023

Tritone’s Dominant and Dim Additive Manufacturing machines feature the company’s MoldJet powder-free technology that enables production of metal and ceramic parts (Courtesy Tritone)
Tritone’s Dominant and Dim Additive Manufacturing machines feature the company’s MoldJet powder-free technology that enables production of metal and ceramic parts (Courtesy Tritone)

Tritone Technologies, a provider of metal and ceramic Additive Manufacturing machines based in Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel, has partnered with Technical Training Aids (TTA) and Prototyping Solutions (PS), Birmingham, Alabama, USA, in hopes to further grow its presence in the US. The company has worked to expand its foothold within North America over the past year with the establishment of a US-based subsidiary and several machine installations.

“The TTA companies have driven the adoption of new manufacturing technologies with industrial and Education customers across the Southeast US for decades,” stated Ben Arnold, VP of Business Development, NA, Tritone Technologies. “They are respected and trusted in the region. Equally important, they understand the opportunities and challenges that come with innovation, and we are excited to have them as partners to grow the impact of MoldJet technology.”

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Travis Coon, president, TTA, added, “We have represented the best companies and new technologies in the world throughout our company history. We hand-pick partners that bring unique, best-in-class technologies to our educators and industrial customers to help them stay competitive. We believe that Tritone’s innovative MoldJet technology and experienced business team fit our model and are excited to represent them in the region.”

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