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DragonFly IV is a fabrication device for Additively Manufactured Electronics that makes shape truly follow function. With its game changing technology, it allows freeform shapes, enabling you to find novel solutions to development challenges, thus enabling new devices and designs. It allows a seamless, one-step manufacturing process from digital design to functional devices.

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Nano Dimension’s new FLIGHT software suite provides a comprehensive first-of-a-kind ability to incorporate ECAD designs into real 3D MCAD designs, as well as intelligent verification, slicing, and job control solutions. FLIGHT enables the 3D design of electrical and mechanical features in 3D space while ensuring that the product designs comply with the printer’s requirements and can then proceed directly to production on the DragonFly IV.

Capabilities & Use Cases

Discover how additively manufactured electronics is solving traditional development challenges in manufacturing Hi-PEDs (High-Performance Electronic Devices) for the era of industry 4.0! 

Hi-PEDs High performance electronic devices

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AME opens fundamental new research opportunities without the boundaries of traditional manufacturing. Cutting-edge technology will attract the best students and staff.



Additive manufacturing of electronics solves many of the design challenges of the aviation industry. The AME technology enables lightweight and miniaturized design for the next Generation Aviation and Space Products.



In the classified world of the defense industry, product confidentiality, manufacturing independence and rapid product iteration are critical. With increasing pressure to accelerate time-to-market, defense manufacturers are turning to additive manufacturing.



3D printing is already transforming the healthcare industry, from additive manufacturing of medical devices to producing functional preclinical parts.

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Automotive & Industrial

With the rising demand for smart, connected, autonomous and electrified vehicles, automotive industry manufacturers need fast, reliable solutions to build competitive products, using compact electronic components and sensors quickly and cost-effectively.

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  • “The suitability of the DragonFly system to rapidly and affordably manufacture functional prototypes, combined with the broad ecosystem of applications for health and energy harvesting, makes it an ideal choice for our team to achieve higher performance, quick development and print complex shapes not achievable using traditional manufacturing processes.”

    Prof. Massimo De Vittorio (CBN-IIT — Lecce — Italy).

  • “The ability to manufacture RF systems in-house offers an exciting new means for rapid and affordable prototyping and volume manufacturing. The results of the study provide substantial motivation to develop this technology further.”

    Dr. Arthur Paolella, Senior Scientist, Space and Intelligence Systems, Harris Corporation.

  • “Military sensor solutions require performance and reliability levels far above those of commercial components. To have high-density components quickly available with reduced effort by means of 3D printing gives us a competitive edge in the development process of such high-end electronic systems.”

    Thomas Müller, CEO of HENSOLDT

  • “Nano Dimension’s AME technology helped us to achieve an original product prototype, in which wires and connectors were eliminated and the package was minimized, to obtain an optimal user experience. It simplified the manufacturing process, as compared to traditional manufacturing methods.”

    Dr. Francesco Guido, CTO of Piezoskin S.R.L.

  • “Smartification is no longer just a vision for us. REHAU is developing improved products for the smart home and IoT environment, and Nano Dimension is providing important technology to help accelerate the availability of promising new applications.”

    Dr. Ansgar Niehoff, Head of Technology Platform “Electronics into Polymers” at REHAU

  • “With the DragonFly LDM we will drive forward REHAU’s “Electronics into Polymers” strategy to speed up in-house electronics development and find new installation spaces and functions for our products.”

    Dr. Philipp Luchscheider, REHAU Engineer behind the 3D touch sensor design