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The DragonFly™ Pro System


Integrating an extremely precise inkjet deposition printer with dedicated nano-inks and optimized 3D software, the
award-winning DragonFly™ platform is Nano Dimension’s one-stop solution for additive manufacturing of electronics. It enables designers to move rapidly from concept and design validation to production of precision electronic components, while keeping the entire process securely in-house.DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer by Nano Dimensino

Key Features:

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Imagine These Scenarios:

  • Innovating freely without traditional manufacturing process constraints.
  • Printing individual sections of your PCB design for on-the-fly testing.
  • Creating vias and through holes no drilling nor plating required.
  • Printing entire PCB products in-house in a matter of hours.
  • Saving space, weight and cost with designs incorporating complex geometries and new functions.

Download the DragonFly™ system brochure to view the technical details of the groundbreaking 3D printer.

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Precise Inkjet Deposition System


With the ability to print traces and spaces down to an accuracy of one micron, the DragonFly™ inkjet deposition system is setting new accuracy and precision standards for 3D printed electronics. This allows the DragonFly™ to deliver in industries with the most demanding design and quality requirements, such as aerospace, telecomms, healthcare and more.

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Multi-Material 3D Printing

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Simultaneous multi-material additive manufacturing is a revolutionary approach that paves the way towards redefining how compact, dense and non-planar the electronics of tomorrow can be.

The DragonFly™ is fitted with two printheads, one for nano-Silver and the other for dielectric polymer ink. This set-up allows the DragonFly™ to concurrently print with both advanced inks in one print job.


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Optimized 3D Software - Switch

Powering the DragonFly™ is Switch, a 3D-optimized software package that prepares electronic designs for printing on the DragonFly™ . 

Switch supports customary file formats in the electronics industry such as Gerber, VIA and DRILL. It presents a unique interface that displays a detailed and accurate rendition of design's structure, thus facilitating a highly precise 3D print job. 

With Switch, users will be able to adjust many characteristics of the 3D file, such as layer thickness, conductor width, layer order, punching, rotation options as well as the shape or object outline. In addition, the software enables an optimization of the printing process by maximizing the use of the printing surface.

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Virtually Limitless Design Flexibility


Synthesizing precision and accuracy with multi-material additive manufacturing, the DragonFly™  unlocks a whole new world of design possibilities for printed electronics. A wide array of Printed Circuit Board (PCB) features, such as vias and through-holes, can be fully 3D printed in-house without subsequent etching, drilling and plating. A range of non-planar electronic components, such as Molded Interconnect Devices (MIDs) and electromagnets, can also be printed and tested on-the-fly.

The DragonFly™ is transforming how product development teams work – waiting days or weeks for a custom prototype to be fabricated offsite can finally be a thing of the past. The freedom to innovate empowers progress, encourages product advancement, lowers development risks and enables faster time-to-market. Ultimately, it creates a better end-product.

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  1. How ready is the DragonFly™ system?
    The DragonFly LDM is now available for purchase. Customers who acquired a Dragonfly Pro in the past, can purchase an upgrade to the DragonFly LDM. 

  2. How many layers does it print?
    The printer prints boards of up to 200 * 200 * 3 mm. Different designs require different layer thicknesses, so the number of layers we can print depends on the design of the board. We support anything up to 3mm and we see no layer count limitation at this stage.

  3. What are the printing specifications?
    The printer prints ca. 100 um traces, ca. 125 um spaces, and a minimum layer thickness of 3 um.

  4. How much does it cost to print?
    It depends on the type of board, complexity, and volume of prototyping you do. Some boards could cost as little as $10 to print where a standard prototype might cost several thousand dollars. Another major value is the time saved, the increased confidentiality and accelerated innovation. The more prototyping, the higher the return on investment. In addition, an in-house 3D system will help change the way you work. Teams will work in parallel, rather than one after the other.

  5. How close are the materials to traditional materials?
    The ink materials are engineered to give close performance to traditional materials. Nanoparticle Silver inks provide conductivity and are solderable whereas our dielectric formulations simulate FR4 electrically and in terms of Td and Tg.

  6. Are the materials suitable for soldering?
    Yes, they are compatible with hand soldering, solder glue and vapor/ reflow soldering. We recommend low temperature pastes such as tin bismuth for example.

  7. Can I send you a sample to print?
    Yes, you can send a Gerber file, within our design rules and specifications. We can also send you a coupon under NDA.

Have more questions? Contact us via the link below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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