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Trends in creating electronics through additive manufacturing
The use of 3D printing technology to build devices with embedded electronics has evolved. In the early days, special 3D printers injected dielectric inks onto a layer of a build, creating electronic traces, to build electronic parts. Here Nano Dimension's CEO, Yoav Stern, talks about new trends to create PCBs.
Printing 3D embedded sensors in electrical packaging
Nano Dimension has announced that one of its customers, the Center for Biomolecular Nanotechnologies (CBN) of the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), is using the DragonFly additive manufacturing system to 3D print embedded sensors in electrical packaging.
Production-grade printed capacitors for PCBs
Nano Dimension has announced that it has developed 3D printed capacitors with the Company’s DragonFly additive manufacturing system. These capacitors are embedded in the body of the additively manufactured printed circuit boards (PCBs), saving space and eliminating the need for assemblyc
R&D Facility discovers benefits of advanced applications development
Nano Dimension has announced that the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) has become the first R&D facility in the UK to purchase Nano Dimension’s DragonFly LDM precision additive manufacturing system for electronics. MTC will use the Lights-Out Digital Manufacturing System to additively build electronic components.
Additive manufacturing system sold to IIT
Nano Dimension has announced that it has sold its DragonFly Pro additive manufacturing system for electronics to Istituto Italiano di Technologia(IIT) Biomolecular Nanotechnologies. IIT is a leading research institution in Italy specialising in promoting technological development and higher education in science and technology.
Fully functional additively manufactured IoT devices
An additive electronics provider, Nano Dimension, has announced it has successfully printed and tested an Internet of Things (IoT) transceiver, an additively manufactured IoT device. Using its DragonFly Pro precision additive manufacturing system, Nano Dimension reportedly printed a transceiver prototype in 12 hours with improved performance over traditional manufacturing.
3D printing side-mounting technology onto circuit boards
The additive electronics provider, Nano Dimension, has announced side mounting technology for additively manufactured printed circuit boards (PCBs). With Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Precision Additive Manufacturing System, the technology can print and solder components to the top, bottom and sides of the PCB, resulting in as much as a 50% increase in board space when compared with traditionally manufactured PCBs.
Precision additive manufacturing of printed electronics
Additive electronics provider and winner of Productronica’s Innovation Award 2017, Nano Dimension, will be demonstrating its precision additive manufacturing system electronica 2018, taking place 13th to 16th November. Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Pro platform enables simultaneous 3D printing of dielectrics and conductors to produce functional circuit prototypes quickly and securely in-house.
Nano Dimension sells another DragonFly Pro 2020 3D printer
Nano Dimension Ltd just announced that a leading European aerospace and defense supplier has purchased the company’s DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer for professional electronics manufacturing. The international tier 1 supplier of systems and components will take delivery of the DragonFly 2020 Pro at its corporate research and technology centre.
DragonFly 2020 pro 3D printer wins productronica innovation award
Nano Dimensions, a company in the field of 3D printed electronics, not only attended productronica this year but also was awarded the productronica Innovation Award 2017 for its DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer. As the winner in the PCB & EMS cluster, the DragonFly is recognised as the best of the best among new products designed for PCB and electronics manufacturing.
Nano Dimension sells 3D Printer to University of Technology Sydney
Nano Dimension has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies Ltd., has received a purchase order for a DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D printer from its distribution partner Emona Instruments Pty Ltd and the University of Technology Sydney. University of Technology Sydney will be the first academic institution in the Asia-Pacific region to install a DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D printer. The printer will enable advanced research i...
Nano Dimension awarded two aerospace projects
Two project grant approvals have been awarded to Nano Dimensions, by Space Florida, the aerospace and spaceport development authority for the State of Florida, and the Israeli Innovation Authority, as part of the Space-Florida-Israel Innovation Partnership Program for development and commercialisation of aerospace and technology projects.
Development of 3D printed electronic modules receives grant approval
Nano Dimension has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies, has received a grant approval from the Israel Innovation Authority, which will be used to finance a project to develop 3D printing of electronic modules for space applications. The total approved budget for this project is approximately $87,000 (NIS 309,000), of which the Israel Innovation Authority will finance 50%. According to the terms of the grant, Na...
Nano Dimension partners with Zuken to develop seamless design
Nano Dimension has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies is working together with Zuken to advance the 3D printing user experience and prototype turnaround times. Nano Dimension will take advantage of the support for implementing electronic technologies provided by Zuken’s market-leading, native 3D, system-level design solution, CR-8000 Design Force.
Nano Dimension supplies 3D printer to Syqe Medical
Nano Dimension has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies has supplied, in return for payment, its flagship DragonFly 2020 3D Printer to Syqe Medical. Syqe is the Tel Aviv-based developer of the world’s first selective-dose, pharmaceutical grade medical cannabis inhaler. It uses 3D printers to prototype and produce inhalers, which have been used in Israel’s Rambam Hospital for more than a year.
Increasing demand for in-house PCB prototyping
A recent survey of PCB designers and manufacturers, electrical engineers, OEMs and others interested in 3D-printed PCBs and circuits reveals that there is increasing demand for in-house prototyping for research and product development. The interest is particularly keen among companies that spend as much or more than $100,000 each year for prototyping services.