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Tritone Technologies joins bavAIRia cluster

The Bavarian Aerospace Association's aims include fostering cooperation, driving innovation, and promoting research in the aerospace sector

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Tritone Technologies, a global provider of metal and ceramic additive manufacturing technology for industrial production, is now the newest member of the Bavarian Aerospace Association (bavAIRia). By joining the Bavarian aerospace cluster, Tritone deepens its commitment to advancing the aerospace industry within Germany.

Tritone Technologies joins bavAIRia. The Bavarian Aerospace Association's aims include driving innovation and promoting research. “We are delighted that Tritone Technologies have joined our association,” said Andreas Gundel, Managing Director of bavAIRia. “Tritone’s MoldJet technology has the potential to revolutionize the way we can manufacture in the aerospace industry. Tritone’s expertise will undoubtedly help open new horizons for innovation.”

The association’s aims include fostering cooperation, driving innovation, and promoting research in the aerospace sector – all centered around Bavaria, a prominent hub for science, technology, aerospace, and space applications (LRFA). These efforts extend to various related technologies where the members possess specialized expertise.

“Joining bavAIRia is an exciting opportunity for us to bring our technologies to a wider audience and benefit from the diverse resources of this prestigious association,” said Mr. Steffen W. Kuhn, General Manager of Germany and Austria at Tritone. “We firmly believe that our membership in bavAIRia and the resulting collaboration opportunities will drive groundbreaking developments in the aerospace industry.”

Tritone’s MoldJet technology is a novel powder-free AM system that enables the industrial production of high-quality metal and ceramic parts at an industrial speed. Built for producing large quantities of high-density parts with complex geometries and a wide variety of materials, the technology enables parallel manufacturing of parts of various sizes, shapes, and applications. The technology makes it easy to choose between a variety of metal and ceramic materials, and switch between them.

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