Nano Dimension launches 3D-print service bureau

Nano Dimension, which has developed the DragonFly 2020 Pro, has now announced a new online service for 3D printing electronic circuit boards and antennas.

The DragonFly 2020 Pro is a free standing machine with the same 20 x 20 cm build size as the original desktop model.

The DragonFly 3D-prints circuit boards. It’s primarily aimed at designers looking to fine tune their prototypes prior to setting up longer run manufacturing. It enables 3D printing of what Nano Dimension calls “electrified objects,” including fully functional devices such as sensors, antennas, moulded interconnect devices (MIDs), PCBs, conductive geometries and more. So the online service seems like a sensible way to improve access to this technology.

Amit Dror, CEO of Nano Dimension, commented: “Our unique additive manufacturing capabilities position us to be the first to offer professional-grade 3D-printed circuitry, encapsulated sensors and printed antennas to designers and engineers within days, compressing our customers’ time to market and delivering valuable services across their entire product life cycle.”

Companies will be able to upload and optimize designs, receive quotes and order 3D-printed models, prototypes, printed circuit boards(PCBs) and other conductive and connected parts. The service makes use of Nano Dimension’s new tie in with the Solidworks software.




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