As the world’s leading additive electronics provider, Nano Dimension is disrupting, reshaping and defining the future of how advanced hardware products and components can be made. Technology development has greater challenges than ever in an era where Moore’s Law no longer holds and the pace of change is relentless. With its unique 3D printing technology for printed electronics, Nano Dimension meets the growing need for more rapid prototyping of electronic devices requiring sensors, antennas and printed circuit boards (PCBs). Additive manufacturing of electronics also ushers in capabilities that go beyond what traditional design and current subtractive technologies can achieve.
Demand for circuitry, including the PCBs at the heart of every electronic device, covers a diverse range of industries. The consumer electronics, medical device, defense, aerospace, automotive, and telecom sectors are all affected by global digital mega-trends. Products are getting smarter as a result of artificial intelligence, machine learning, digital supply chains, advanced materials, IoT and the cloud. You can benefit from Nano Dimension’s products and services to de-risk product development, accelerate innovation and enable distributed short-run manufacturing. Contact us to find out how we can help you with your applications.
Leveraging digital manufacturing and industry 4.0 readiness tops the strategic agenda in most organizations. Having the most agile development tools can help you beat the competition . Nano Dimension’s additive manufacturing technology allows engineers and hardware developers to promote and accelerate change, bringing agility to the world of hardware. More efficient agile workflows are helping teams to meet the fast pace of today’s product lifecycles.
Replacing outsourced traditional prototyping with in-house agile, cost- and time-effective processes provides many benefits:
"We were so impressed with Nano Dimension’s 3D printers that we quickly moved to make them central to our entire digital infrastructure.” - Bodo Huber CEO of PHYTEC
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“Such development is planned to lead to cost reductions of $400k per small satellite, thus providing enormous market capabilities for both entities.” - Space Florida, Harris Corporation collaboration with Nano Dimension to develop next generation 3D printed electronic systems
“There is a lot of enthusiasm around the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer in terms of technological breakthrough and how it can radically change development processes. Our objective is to use the system to simplify workflows and design increasingly complex parts – which will include PCBs and embedded circuits – with many more functions than are possible with traditional techniques.” - Oliver Vancauwenberghe, Sensor Research Manager at Safran Tech