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New Possibilities in Sensor Design

sensor-2Additive manufacturing of sensor components opens up new possibilities for emerging applications and eliminates many design limitations, especially those related to rigid planar electrical designs. 

With Nano Dimension's DragonFly™ Pro System, it is now possible to custom 3D print sensors with either rigid or flexible surfaces. Free-form additive manufacturing also allows designers to create highly customized surface topographies to facilitate angled placement of sensor components and incorporate multiple functions in a single device. The result is a complex sensor with improved design and performance, produced in a simple workflow in-house with much lower cost and time penalties. 

Case Studies from PHYTEC

env1Temperature & Relative Humidity Sensor

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touch1Touch Sensor

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Contact us to find out how we can empower you to ramp up your business operations and manufacturing up to Industry 4.0 with custom 3D printed sensors.

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Pictures above:

  • Top: Touch sensor 3D printed on the DragonFly™ Pro System by Nano Dimension channel partner PHYTEC.
  • Table left: sensor 3D printed on the DragonFly™ Pro System by PHYTEC.
  • Table right: demonstrating use of touch sensor 3D printed on the DragonFly™ Pro System by PHYTEC.