Nano Dimension Ltd., a leader in the field of 3D printed electronics, announced today 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 into 3D printed electronics.This sale is supported by Emona Instruments Pty Ltd, which is a leading supplier of electronic test and measuring instruments, 3D printers and additive manufacturing solutions. In August 2017 Nano Dimension announced that it intends to collaborate with Emona Instruments Pty Ltd, to develop the commercial and service infrastructure to commence sales of the DragonFly 2020 3D printer in Australia and New Zealand. This agreement is a part of Nano Dimension’s transition to commercial sales.
The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer is a one-stop solution for 3D-printed electronics. Move quickly from concept verification and design validation, to test fixtures by 3D printing your own professional circuit boards.
- Print high resolution trace and space with the precise inkjet deposition system
- Construct the full range of multilayer PCB features- including interconnections such as buried vias and plated through holes
- Keep sensitive and proprietary design information in-house while developing
- Enjoy the quick production of professional multilayer PCB prototypes, antennas, experimental electronic circuits and more
Nano Dimension is a leading additive manufacturing technology company. Nano Dimension is disrupting, reshaping and defining the future of how electronics are made. With its unique 3D printing technologies, Nano Dimension is targeting the growing demand for electronic devices that require increasingly sophisticated features and rely on printed circuit boards (PCBs). Demand for circuitry, including PCBs – which are the heart of every electronic device – covers a diverse range of industries, including consumer electronics, medical devices, defense, aerospace, automotive, IoT and telecom.