NCS Showcases Rugged Servers and Additive Manufacturing Solutions
The Navy League's Global Maritime Exposition in the largest maritime exposition in the U.S. and this week is drawing leaders from the Naval Services from around the world. The conference Expo concludes today at Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, MD. NCS is exhibiting rugged server and storage solutions and advanced 3D Printing Solutions at Booth 650.
Sea-Air-Space brings the U.S. defense industry and key military decision-makers together for three days of informative educational sessions, important policy discussions and a dynamic exhibit hall floor.
Since 2009, NCS has designed and manufactured rugged compute and storage systems for the U.S. military, the oil and gas industry and other commercial applications. Our products are designed and manufactured to meet customer unique requirements, and also for general market demands for rugged server and storage solutions that are capable of withstanding harsh and challenging environmental conditions.
NCS and partner Roboze are working together at the booth. Roboze is a world leader in industrial additive manufacturing systems. Roboze systems specialize in the use of super polymers and composite materials.
Our partnership with Roboze empowers NCS to zero in on 3D Printing markets where safety and reliability are paramount, such as military, government, 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.
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.
For more information, please contact Kyle Stromberg at 571-405-1059 for a meeting to discuss additive manufacturing, or contact Ronald Keene, at 571.364.2898, for a meeting concerning rugged servers and storage.