FreeFORM Technologies adds Tritone’s Dominant AM system to service offering
Further strengthening Tritone Technologies' presence in the North American region
FreeFORM Technologies, an engineering and manufacturing company, is expanding its service offering with the addition of a Tritone Dominant Additive Manufacturing system, from Tritone Technologies, a global provider of metal and ceramic AM technology for industrial production.
The Dominant system is based on Tritone’s MoldJeting technology, and is a novel, powder-free AM system that enables the production of high-quality metal and ceramic parts, at industrial speed. Built for producing large quantities of high-density parts with complex geometries, and in a wide variety of materials, the technology enables the parallel manufacturing of parts of various sizes, shapes, and applications.
Through this partnership, Tritone further strengthens its presence in the North American region – following the recent opening of a new US-based subsidiary. Based in St Marys, Pennsylvania – also known as the “Powdered Metal Capital of the World” – FreeFORM has vast experience in MIM, powder metallurgy, applications, and automation. The company now has the ability to offer MoldJetting, too.
“We have followed Tritone with great interest since we first saw their technology at Formnext 2019,” says Nate Higgins, President of FreeFORM. “Their approach is unique and addresses some points that we think are important to expand portfolio reach. At FreeFORM our aim is to solve problems. Part of it is to have great partnerships. We look forward to working with Tritone and using their unique technology with our customers.”
“FreeFORM is a true pioneer in the Sinter Based Additive Manufacturing community and we are thrilled to welcome them to the growing Tritone North America family of service providers,” said Ben Arnold, VP of Business Development, North America, at Tritone Technologies. “Our strategy is to grow our presence in the region by making sure all prospects have easy access to our technology on a service basis and this is an important step in that direction.”