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Nano Dimension enters China market through partnership with market leader AURORA Group and sale of second 3D Printer to the group

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AURORA Group’s GM of 3D Business Unit Daniel Chi (left) and Nano Dimension’s CEO Amit Dror (right) finalize the strategic partnership that will see AURORA Group market and sell Nano Dimension’s award-winning Dragonfly 2020 Pro 3D printer for electronics in China.

Nano Dimension announced today it has entered the Chinese market in  a strategic partnership with  market leader AURORA Group. In addition, the AURORA Group has purchased its second DragonFly 2020 Pro, Nano Dimension’s award-winning 3D printer for electronics,  weeks  after the first purchase for its showroom in Taichung, Taiwan.

With this strategic partnership, AURORA Group, a majority shareholder in General Integration Technology (GIT), providing 3D software and distributing 3D printers, will market and sell the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D printer to customers in China.

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Topics: 3D Printer, Printed Electronics, 3D printed electronics, DragonFly 2020 Pro, Aurora, China

Nano Dimension’s Electrifying Additive Manufacturing Survey Confirms 3D Printed Electronics as a Strategic Technology

Study Polled Engineers, Designers, Business Decision Makers; Findings Show Concerns of IP Theft and Long Lead Times to Receive Prototypes

NESS ZIONA, Israel – July 3, 2018 – Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading additive electronics provider (Nasdaq, TASE: NNDM), today announced the results of the Electrifying Additive Manufacturing Survey, which found nearly 91 percent of respondents expect 3D printed electronics will be a strategic direction. More than three quarters (76%) are already exploring the technology for design validation (31%), prototyping (40%) and low-volume custom manufacturing (29%). 

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Topics: 3D Printer, Printed Electronics, Survey, 3D printed electronics, DragonFly 2020 Pro

Additive Manufacturing’s Role in Industry 4.0

 

Amit Dror, CEO and Co-Founder of Nano Dimension, took the stage at the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo last week, to lift the curtain on 3D printed electronics and discuss how it is influencing Industry 4.0. In just five years, 3D Printing Conference in Kintex (Seoul), South Korea, is one of the leading exhibitions for Additive Manufacturing.

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Topics: 3D Printer, Printed Electronics, 3D printed electronics, DragonFly 2020 Pro, additive manufacturing, Industry 4.0

When Innovation Leaps: 3D Printing of Fully Functional Electronics

Nano Dimension’s projections for the future of 3D printed electronics, was the subject of a recently published article in Manufacturing Technology Insights by Nano Dimension’s US President and Co-Founder, Simon Fried

3D printed object combining dielectric and conductive materials, replacing traditional MID processes

3D printed object combining dielectric and conductive materials, replacing traditional MID processes

Using additive manufacturing technologies, the world of printed electronics is seeing its first major overhaul in decades; mirroring the tectonic shifts that took place when the world moved from conventional film cameras to digital cameras — and when smart phones replaced basic cell phones. The days where electronic prototypes and parts are sent out for time-consuming, expensive machining are numbered, ushering in a new normal of 3D printing fully functional electronics, either in-house or by using service bureaus. What we are looking at is a cheaper, faster solution that opens doors to uncapped product innovation.

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Topics: 3D Printer, Printed Electronics, 3D printed electronics, DragonFly 2020 Pro, Nano Particle Inks

5 Dynamic Use Cases of 3D Printed Electronics

3D printing is transforming the way we design and manufacture electronics. It overcomes constraint in traditional approaches regarding speed, complex workflows and resources, enabling manufacturers to push boundaries, drive innovation and get products to market faster. 

 

Here are 5 of the most common use cases of this revolutionary additive manufacturing technology.

 

 
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Topics: Advantages, 3D printed electronics

Beyond PCBs: Innovation with 3D Printed Electromagnets

                               

 

With their invisible force field pushing or pulling anything with an electric charge, electromagnets can seem like magic.

 

Creating electromagnets involves wrapping a conductor (or wire) with an electric current around an iron core, and the current flowing through the spiral powers the coil. An electromagnet’s strength can easily be changed by adjusting the amount of current flowing through it.

 

And no matter the shape or size, all electromagnets behave in similar ways.

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Topics: 3D printed electronics, electromagnet 3D printed coil

3 Reasons to Check Out Nano Dimension's First Customer Experience Center in Israel

 We recently opened our first of several Customer Experience Centers (CEC), planned worldwide, at our headquarters in Ness Ziona, Israel.

 

The CEC is a place where you can engage with our 3D printed electronics experts and executives, get the latest on our customer experiences and product demos and learn how Electrifying Additive Manufacturing can help solve your problems.

 

Here are three reasons why you should visit:

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Topics: 3D Printer, 3D printed electronics

PHYTEC Case Study: save time & lower costs with 3D printed electronics

 

                             

PHYTEC Dramatically cuts lead time with Nano Dimension 3D Printed Electronics Technology   

3D printed electronics enables Germany’s PHYTEC to go from idea to prototype in one day

With increasing pressure to get new products to market faster, companies are constantly looking for ways to accelerate their product development cycle. In electronics development, traditional manufacturing techniques mean long and expensive lead times. Many companies find that the time it takes for numerous design iteration cycles significantly impacts product development projects.                                                      

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Topics: 3D printed electronics, PHYTEC case study