Nano Dimension to Sell 3D Printer to European a Aerospace and Defense Industry
27 December, 2017
"With our DragonFly 2020 Pro, they will be able to produce functional electronic circuit prototypes overnight"
Nano Dimension from Ness Ziona, Israel, announced that a leading European aerospace and defense supplier has purchased the company’s DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer for professional electronics manufacturing. The costumer will use the printer at its corporate research and technology center.
“The printer was officially presented for the first time at Productronica, in November 2017, and this is the fourth printer sold since the commercial release,” said Amit Dror, CEO of Nano Dimension. “They are the perfect customer. Already working with additive manufacturing technologies for several years. With our DragonFly 2020 Pro, they will be able to produce functional electronic circuit prototypes overnight.”
Earlier this month the Germany based PHYTEC, purchased two DragonFly 2020 3D printers as part of its additive electronics manufacturing transformation. PHYTEC will also act as as Nano Dimension’s first reseller in Germany. This marks Nano Dimension’s transition from its R&D phase into full commercialization. The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer brings additive manufacturing for electronics industry. It enables the 3D-printing of functional electronics such as sensors, conductive geometries, antennas, molded connected devices, printed circuit board (PCB) and other devices.
Nano Dimension’s technologies use advanced nanoparticle inks to enable in-house rapid prototyping of professional, multi-layer printed circuit boards (PCBs) and 3D circuitry. Among them: Copper nanoparticles that are used as a basis to develop conductive ink for PCBs and are resistant to oxidation, and fuse into conductive lines after sintering at <160°C. It also has developed a conductive and dielectric inks to other fields in the printed electronics market, and The AgCite™ family of 10-100+ nanometer-sized silver particles inks with high conductivity for inkjet deposition.
More information: www.nano-di.com
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