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Tritone and DSH Technologies launch Furnace-Access program

Enabling companies to outsource the sintering of MoldJet green parts

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Tritone Technologies and DSH Technologies have entered a collaboration aimed at ‘lowering barriers and accelerating the adoption’ of Tritone’s MoldJet Technology. Under the recently launched Furnace-Access program, Tritone customers will have immediate access to industry-leading Elnik sintering furnaces and metallurgy expertise with no upfront capital investment or additional staffing required.

DSH addresses the challenge of capital expenses needed for a high-capacity industrial sintering furnace by functioning as a complete outsource sintering department with world-class equipment, staff, and quality reporting.

Tritone and DSH Technologies launch sintering Furnace-Access program - enabling companies to outsource the sintering of MoldJet green parts.
Tritone’s printed parts. Source: Tritone Technologies.

“Our collaboration with Tritone started with them shipping hundreds of green parts from Israel to our plants in the USA and Germany,” said Stefan Joens, VP of DSH Technologies. “The strength and durability of the MoldJet green parts were very similar to the MIM parts we have processed for years at DSH. They survived shipping from halfway across the world and fit right into our standard workflow. DSH started to serve this need across the MIM and additive industries and the Tritone partnership is a natural fit. We’re excited to support Tritone and its customers.”

The Furnace-Access program allows customers to match their investment timeline and learning curve to their business ramp rate. Program members also have direct access to DSH’s staff Ph.D. metallurgical expertise. Members can outsource their sintering as a long-term strategy, or transition to owning and operating their own equipment, as demand grows. DSH can help each customer build an in-house sintering capacity with all the necessary equipment and training.

“Tritone’s use of DSH sintering services over the years in the US and Europe has been a home-run success,” said Ben Arnold, VP of Business Development, North America, at Tritone. “We have proven that MoldJet green parts can be shipped and processed reliably by a third party. This is an important competitive advantage our customers can leverage to get started and to level  their furnace loading as they grow.”

Specialized metal work processes like heat treating and HIP have been outsourced for decades. With the innovation of MoldJet and its rugged green parts, metal AM sintering is now in this same category. Using an outsource service relationship for sintering is an option many companies can consider to reduce risks when entering the metal AM market.

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