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Triton Systems purchases TKF System from Titomic

The $808,000 order marks Titomic’s first sale of a TKF System within the United States

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Titomic, a leading provider of cold spray solutions, has sold a custom Titomic Kinetic Fusion (TKF) System to US-based Triton Systems for $808,000. The TKF System will be delivered within 9 months and is part of Triton’s larger strategic investment in developing new and innovative manufacturing applications. The sale also marks Titomic’s first sale of a TKF System within the United States.

The sale is a major advancement in the partnership between Titomic and Triton, which was established in 2020, and furthers the incorporation of Titomic’s Kinetic Fusion technology in the development of applications for use in ground, air, space, and sea systems by the US Department of Defense, as well as commercial aerospace, industrial, and power generation markets.

The TKF System offers Triton significant capabilities, including the rapid and cost-effective additive manufacturing of large-area and high-performance parts from materials such as aluminum, titanium, steels, and nickel-based superalloys, and the development of new applications using multiple metals applied layer-by-layer.

Triton Systems purchases TKF System from Titomic. The $808,000 order marks Titomic’s first sale of a TKF System within the United States.
Titomic’s TKF 1000.

The TKF System will provide Triton with novel capabilities surrounding applications including armaments, barrels, electromagnetic shielding, armor, large-scale structures, propulsion systems, metal restoration, and functional coatings.

This collaboration also signals a growing need in the defense sector globally – validating Titomic’s commercial strategy. Triton joins a cohort of defense players, including the Koninklijke Landmacht (the Royal Netherlands Army), and BAE Systems, that utilize Titomic’s TKF Systems.

“This sale, following Triton’s rigorous testing and subsequent adoption, is a major validation of Titomic’s commercial strategy and technology. It highlights the importance of our Kinetic Fusion technology in the United States and global defense sectors and sets the stage for further sales, showcasing proven implementation and innovation in defense and commercial manufacturing,” said Herbert Koeck, Managing Director of Titomic.

“At Triton Systems, we are committed to maintaining our leadership in advanced materials processing and manufacturing technologies. The acquisition of the Titomic Kinetic Fusion System represents a strategic enhancement to our R&D and manufacturing capabilities, ensuring we stay at the cutting edge of technology. This investment strengthens our ability to innovate and underscores our dedication to delivering superior solutions for defense and commercial applications,” said David Model, CEO at Tritone.

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