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Nano Dimension Made It Onto Gartner’s “Cool Vendors” List

Posted by Nano Dimension on May 26, 2016 3:03:21 PM

Nano Dimension Made It Onto Gartner’s “Cool Vendors” List

 

Gartner says we’re cool! Each year Gartner, a world-leading US-based technology analyst firm, identifies new Cool Vendors considered innovative and transformative in key technology areas and publishes a series of research reports. This year Gartner selected Nano Dimension as a Cool Vendor in the 3D printing space. Nano Dimension’s Chief Business Officer Simon Fried, accepted the award, at an event hosted by Gartner’s Israel Team.

 

The list of “Cool Vendors in 3D Printing,” which covers areas such as nano and bio-printing was nominated by a team of researchers at Gartner including Pete Basiliere, Marc Halpern, Mike Shanler and Andrew Stevens. Gartner’s Cool Vendor Reports have evaluated many startups in the past that went on to become major success stories, including the Israeli mobile app Waze, Dropbox, Instagram and MobileEye.

 

“Being named to Gartner’s list of 2016 ‘Cool Vendors in 3D Printing’ is an honor and a validation of the impact that we believe the DragonFly 2020 3D Printer will have on the design and production of PCBs and electronics,” said Simon Fried, Nano Dimension Chief Business Officer and Co-Founder. “The 3D printing market is extremely crowded, so we feel being named affirms that we have developed a truly disruptive product that will fundamentally change the way electronics are designed and manufactured,” added Amit Dror, CEO and Co-Founder.

 

Nano Dimension’s DragonFly 2020 3D Printer brings together an extremely precise inkjet deposition 3D printer, advanced nanoparticle inks, and sophisticated software to enable ultra-rapid prototyping of complex, high-performance multi-layer printed circuit board (PCB) prototypes. The innovative system allows designers and engineers to significantly reduce the time and complexity of developing electronics-enabled devices. The DragonFly 2020 3D Printer is targeted for commercial availability later this year.

 

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