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Final Day at Military Additive Manufacturing Summit

Posted by John Callahan on Feb 2, 2023 9:30:00 AM

Roboze & TRUMPF 3D Printing Reps at NCS Booth #512 in Tampa

This is the final day of the Military Additive Manufacturing Summit at the Tampa Convention Center. NCS is showing 3D Printing products and promoting solutions from partners Roboze and TRUMPF. For more information on the specific solutions NCS will be promoting, or to set up a meeting at the booth, please contact Kyle Stromberg at

NCS partners with leading additive manufacturing companies from around the world to deliver manufacturing solutions for any need. NCS offers 3D Printing solutions using plastic, metal, composite materials and super polymers from the leading Tier 1 vendors for the creation of prototypes and finished parts meeting nearly all requirements.

Examples of additive manufacturing solutions from our partners TRUMPF and Roboze:

Solutions Like the TruPrint 2000 Deliver Speed and Volume in Additive Manufacturing

The TRUMPF TruPrint 2000 is a part of a portfolio of metal additive manufacturing solutions that NCS offers for prototyping and time-to-market production. A family of TruPrint Systems deliver a unique combination of process speed and build volume for a broad range of users. 

NCS Technologies is the Federal Government distribution dealer in the U.S. and does Commercial distribution and sales in the Northeastern U.S. for the TRUMPF portfolio of metal 3D printers.  The quality, speed and capabilities of these systems allows us to provide solutions to our customers from industrial to medical applications.

NCS features three TruPrint solutions, the TruPrint 1000, the TruePrint 2000 and the TruPrint 3000.

A TRUMPF representative will be at the NCS booth.

Roboze Additive Manufacturing

NCS partners with Roboze, a world leader in industrial additive manufacturing systems, specifically specializing in super polymers and composite materials.  The partnership with Roboze allows NCS to address new 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 systems have proven to be ideal for use in military, aerospace, medical, oil and gas and electronics applications.

Roboze Plus Pro

NCS has a Roboze Plus Pro at the booth, as well as a Roboze representative will be in attendance. The Plus Pro delivers custom 3D printing scalability for different sectors. It gives users an in-house design test modification capability for the production of competitive electrical components. Produce your ultra-detailed parts from materials that match your technical requirements with the most repeatable and scalable 3 D printing technology in the industry.

Anchoring the booth today is NCS additive manufacturing expert Kyle Stromberg. For an appointment or for more information please reach out to Kyle at

To learn more about NCS 3D Printing Solutions, please go here:


Topics: government, military, 3Dprinting, additive, federal, manufacturing