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NCS Partners with nScrypt for 3D Printing Solutions

Posted by Katie Callahan on Apr 1, 2021 2:31:34 PM

nScrypt Signs NCS as Value-Added Reseller for Additive Manufacturing

This week nScrypt announced that it has entered into a value-added reseller agreement with NCS Technologies. Under the agreement, NCS will have the exclusive right to sell nScrypt’s 3D manufacturing system product line to the U.S. Government, along with nScrypt, which will continue to sell to government customers.   NCS Technologies will also have the nonexclusive right to sell nScrypt’s product line to non-government customers in the U.S. NCS will also service the nScrypt equipment that it sells.

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A Broad Government Customer Base 
“The U.S. Government has always been an important customer for us and we will continue to sell to our government customers," said Ken Church, nScrypt CEO. "So by partnering with NCS Technologies we have substantially increased our sales force and our reach within the U.S. Government and beyond. NCS has a strong 3D printing product line and a broad and solid government customer base. We could not be more excited about this new relationship and we look forward to doing great things together.”

3D printing is one important process of 3D manufacturing and can also be important on its own. nScrypt’s exceptional precision and volume control solve a chronic weakness of 3D Printing: repeatability within tight tolerances. Drawing from the largest palette of commercially available materials, you can use the SmartPump™ and nFD™ Material Extrusion tool heads to combine plastics, metals, ceramics, and composites in single builds with exceptional tolerance and control. Using nScrypt’s changeable pentips as small as 10 microns, you can achieve smooth surfaces with fine features, without post-build smoothing.

“NCS Technologies is thrilled to be able to partner with nScrypt and offer the advanced capabilities of nScrypt equipment to our customers, both commercially and those we support in the DOD and Federal Civilian agencies," said Joe Andrews, director, 3D Print and Services. "With the nScrypt systems, we now offer incredible systems manufactured in the USA that are capable of advanced 3D printing. A single tool can provide complex designs with multiple materials including metals, polymers, liquids and even bio-materials. These systems round out NCS’s additive manufacturing portfolio and will greatly enhance our ability to meet customer needs."

About nScrypt

Orlando, Florida-based nScrypt designs and manufactures award-winning, next-generation, high-precision microdispensing, 3D Manufacturing, and biomanufacturing equipment and solutions for industrial applications, with unmatched accuracy and flexibility. Serving the printed electronics, electronics packaging, solar cell metallization, communications, printed antenna, life science, chemical/pharmaceutical, defense, space, 3D printing, and bioprinting industries, our equipment and solutions are widely used by the military, academic and research institutes, government agencies and national labs, and private companies. The nScrypt BAT Series Bioprinter, which won the 2003 R&D 100 award, launched to the International Space Station in July 2019.  

For more information about nScrypt and NCS, please contact Joe Andrews at 703.848.5169, or Kyle Stromberg at 571.405.1059. 






Topics: 3Dprinting, additive, trumpf, federal, metal