Tritone enters US distribution partnership with TTA and PS

In addition to Tritone's recently opened US-based subsidiary, Technical Training Aids and Prototyping Solutions will further expand the company's reach in the region

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Tritone Technologies, a global provider of metal and ceramic additive manufacturing technology for industrial production, has partnered with Technical Training Aids (TTA) and Prototyping Solutions (PS) to expand its presence in the United States.

“We have represented the best companies and new technologies in the world throughout our company history,” said Travis Coon, President of Technical Training Aids. “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.”

Tritone has expanded its foothold in the North American region over the past year with the establishment of a US-based subsidiary and several recent machine installations. The company’s latest partnership with TTA further strengthens its positioning in the region – solidifying its status as a major player in the US AM market.

Tritone enters US distribution partnership with Technical Training Aids and Prototyping Solutions - expanding US presence.
TTA and PS Facilities in Birmingham, Alabama.

“The TTA companies have driven the adoption of new manufacturing technologies with industrial and Education customers across the Southeast US for decades,” said Ben Arnold, VP of Business Development, North America, at 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.”

Tritone currently offers two AM systems, both of which utilize Tritone’s proprietary MoldJet technology. This powder-free AM technology enables the industrial production of high-quality metal and ceramic parts, at industrial speed. MoldJet is specifically designed to produce a large quantity of high-density parts with complex geometries. The technology allows for quick and easy switching between a wide variety of metals and ceramics – making it possible to manufacture parts of different sizes, shapes, and applications – in parallel. The company’s presence is steadily expanding across Europe, Japan, and North America.

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