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NCS Partners With Roboze in Additive Manufacturing

Posted by John Callahan on Jul 21, 2022 2:46:58 PM

Roboze 3D Printing Portfolio Uses Super Polymers and Composite Materials

NCS works with Roboze, a world leader in industrial additive manufacturing systems - 3D Printing. Roboze systems specialize in the use of super polymers and composite materials.

Roboze ARGO 500


For Government, Military and Medical Applications

Our partnership with Roboze empowers NCS to zero in on 3D Printing markets where safety and reliability are paramount, such as aerospace, industrial and medical devices applications.

Roboze solutions use super polymers and composite materials for the creation of finished parts where failure is not an option. Super polymers may replace metal parts because they are highly resistant to chemicals and corrosion, lightweight, and are electrically insulating. 

Roboze ARGO SERIES 350/500 3D Printers

Roboze ARGO SERIES 350/500 3D Printers meet the needs of industrial manufacturing, solving common problems such as process repeatability, accuracy and the production of high performance polymers and materials. Argo solutions are advanced additive manufacturing systems developed to streamline production processes, save time and reduce costs. With Roboze’s ARGO solutions, 3D printed printed finished parts can be produced at scale using the highest performing, high temperature, composite materials and super polymers.

Innovation and Blue Chip Partner Ecosystem

Roboze is recognized around the world for its technology innovation and its blue chip partner ecosystem. Their leadership in super polymers and composite materials technologies allows NCS to more effectively address new opportunities within the federal government, military, and with medical markets.

NCS' Expanding Portfolio

NCS offers 3D Printing solutions using plastic, metal, composite materials and super polymers from a range of vendors for the creation of prototypes and finished parts meeting nearly all requirements.

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Topics: 3Dprinting, additive, federal, roboze, manufacturing