Roboze ARGO SERIES 350/500 3D Printers meet the requirements of industrial manufacturing, solving common problems such as process accuracy, repeatability, and the production of high-performance polymers and materials.
FREMONT, CA: NCS Technologies (NCS) is partnering with Roboze, a leading company in industrial additive manufacturing systems (3D Printing), specializing in super polymers and composite materials. The partnership with Roboze enables NCS to address new markets where safety and reliability are paramount, such as industrial, aerospace, and medical devices applications.
Roboze solutions utilize super composite materials and polymers for the creation of finished parts where failure is not an option. Super polymers may replace metal parts because they are highly resistant to corrosion and chemicals, lightweight, and are electrically insulating. Roboze systems have proven to be ideal for utilization in medical, aerospace, oil, and gas, and electronics applications.
Roboze ARGO SERIES 350/500 3D Printers meet the requirements of industrial manufacturing, solving common problems such as process accuracy, repeatability, and the production of high-performance polymers and materials. Argo solutions are advanced additive manufacturing systems developed to simplify production processes, reduce costs, and save time. With Roboze's ARGO solutions, one can optimize the supply chain through 3D printed parts by producing finished components at scale, utilizing the highest performing composite materials, high temperature, and super polymers.
"NCS is delighted to partner to Roboze, a company recognized around the world for its technology innovation and its blue chip partner ecosystem," stated Joe Andrews, Director, NCS 3D Print and Services. "Their leadership in super polymers and composite materials technologies opens up new opportunities for us within the federal government, military, and with medical markets."
"We are proud to collaborate with NCS to serve the American Defense, Aerospace and Medical industries. ARGO SERIES represents a step forward to bring manufacturing back to America, producing extreme end use parts with the highest performing composites and
super polymers, even for metal replacement applications," stated Alessio Lorusso, Roboze CEO and Founder.