Ozark IC Uses nScrypt 3D Manufacturing System for High-Temperature Printing

Orlando, FL: Ozark Integrated Circuits, Inc. (Ozark IC) is working with nScrypt’s research arm, Sciperio, and an nScrypt 3D manufacturing system to create high temperature electronic systems, specifically, a RISC-V processor that would operate for extended times on the surface of Venus, where the temperature Read More »

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nScrypt’s Rugged 3D Manufacturing System Demonstrated to Secretary of Army

Orlando, Fl.: LTC Jason Barnhill, in association with the Uniformed Services University 4D Bio3 Program and The Geneva Foundation, recently demonstrated nScrypt’s “nRugged” 3D manufacturing system to the Secretary of the Army, Ryan D. McCarthy.  LTC Jason Barnhill of the United States Military Academy’s Department Read More »

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nScrypt Delivers Factory in a Tool to Advanced Ceramics Innovator

Orlando, FL:  nScrypt has delivered and installed a Factory in a Tool (FiT) platform to France’s CTTC, known in French as the Centre de Transfert de Technologies Céramiques and known in English as the Center for Technology Transfers in Ceramics. CTTC plans to use the Read More »

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nScrypt Launches First and Only Ruggedized Precision 3D Printer/Bioprinter

In June 2019, Orlando, FL-based nScrypt announced a pilot project with the U.S. Military, the Uniformed Services University 4D Bio3 Program, and The Geneva Foundation for bioprinting in an undisclosed, forward-deployed desert environment, using a ruggedized version of nScrypt’s award-winning BioAssembly Tool (BAT) bioprinter, called Read More »

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USF and nScrypt Show How 3D Printed Circuit Structures Can Replace PCBs

In an SMTA white paper recently posted by Circuitnet, Orlando, Florida-based nScrypt, its research arm Sciperio, and researchers at the University of South Florida described a roadmap for using 3D printing to move from Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), which are standard in electronics packaging designs Read More »

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