Tritone Technologies, a global provider of metal and ceramic additive manufacturing technology for industrial production, is partnering with ACS Hybrid to expand its presence and technical resources in the Pacific Northwest. This is a significant step in Tritone’s overall North American expansion strategy to align with established sales partners on a regional basis.
“We seek out new technologies and companies that can bring value to our customers”, said Ron Rankin, CEO of ACS Group. “Our business model is to partner with these organizations to help our customers stay competitive. We believe that Tritone’s innovative MoldJet technology and experienced business team fit our model and are excited to represent them in our 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 ACS further strengthens its positioning as a major player in the US AM market. ACS Hybrid and Tritone are now able to provide complete end-to-end solutions for customers seeking to streamline their manufacturing of metal and ceramic components.
“The ACS Group of companies has a rich history in traditional manufacturing technologies and has shown a remarkable commitment to extend their reach into the Additive markets with the ACS Hybrid team,” said Ben Arnold, VP of Business Development North America at Tritone Technologies. “They are respected and trusted in the region and understand the opportunities and challenges that come with innovation. We are excited to have them as partners in this key region and look forward to growing with them”.
Tritone offers two AM systems that utilize the company’s proprietary MoldJet technology. This innovative powder-free AM technology enables the production of high-quality metal and ceramic parts at industrial speed. MoldJet is specifically designed to produce large quantities of 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.