Tritone Technologies, Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel, has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Dedem, Ariccia, Italy, allowing its Selltek by Dedem division to offer Tritone’s sinter-based Additive Manufacturing machines to the Italian market.
“We are very happy about the partnership with Tritone Technologies, which we consider as the owner of a disruptive technology that will impact the AM market in the next years”, stated Marcello Pagnini, Head of 3D Division, Selltek, Dedem. “MoldJet technology will enable our customers to upgrade the production of metal and ceramic parts at industrial scale and speed, with an extremely high part density and great mechanical properties. Furthermore, we at Selltek by Dedem, are very excited about working with Tritone’s team that has has already proven to be incredibly responsive in relation to the challenges that the market will present us in the future”.
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Tritone currently has two Additive Manufacturing machines available: the Dominant and the Dim. Both are based on Tritone’s MoldJet technology, a powder-free, sinter-based Additive Manufacturing process said to enable the industrial production of high-quality metal and ceramic parts at an industrial speed. Designed for producing a large quantity of high-density parts with complex geometries, MoldJet allows a simple changeover between a variety of metals and ceramics for parallel manufacturing of parts of various sizes, shapes, and applications. Tritone currently has a presence in Europe, Japan and North America.
“Professionalism, excellence, values and many years of experience in AM were important to Tritone when selecting a partner in Italy,” added Omer Sagi, VP Products and Business Development at Tritone. “With Selltek, Dedem, we have a competent and strong partner at our side. With more than twenty years of experience in 3D printing, it was a simple choice. We are sure the collaboration between the two companies will bring fruitful opportunities in the country and help Tritone strengthen its presence in the European region.”