AME User Forum

Exploring AME from Every Dimension

Join Us for an Exclusive Event on AME Applications & Possibilities!

In conjunction with NextFlex, we are excited to host an AME User Forum, focusing on the application and utilization of 3D technology for Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME). The event will take place on November 6th at the renowned Northeastern University in Boston.

The AME User Forum is a unique gathering that brings together a community of forward-thinking individuals who have harnessed the transformative power of the DragonFly IV system. As an esteemed system owner, you are cordially invited to participate in a dynamic and enriching experience that offers:

  1. Insights into Technological Roadmaps: Gain a deeper understanding of the future of the DragonFly IV through exclusive presentations detailing upcoming technological enhancements and advancements.
  2. Unveiling of New Materials: Be among the first to explore a range of new materials that will expand the horizons of your system’s capabilities, fostering innovation in your projects.
  3. Exploration of New Applications: Discover novel applications that leverage the prowess of the DragonFly IV, opening doors to new possibilities and business opportunities.
  4. Networking Opportunities: Engage with fellow system owners, industry leaders, and experts in an environment tailored for meaningful discussions and collaborations.
  5. Meet the Engineers and Experts: Interact directly with the engineers and experts behind the DragonFly IV, deepening your understanding and forging connections for your future endeavors.

Date: November 6, 1 p.m.–5 p.m. (EST)

Location: Northeastern University, Alumni Center, 716 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass.

Parking: Validated parking is available at the Renaissance Park Garage (835 Columbus Ave.) located on Northeastern University’s campus.

Hotels: Contact Liem Tran ( if you are interested in overnight accommodations and have not yet reserved a room.

Complimentary Refreshments & Dinner!


  • Registration / Tour signups
  • Opening remarks –Dale Baker, Nano Dimension President of the Americas
  • Northeastern University — Ben Davaji, Assistant Professor
  • Naval Surface Warfare Center (Crane Division) — Christina Landon, PCB Task Leader
  • Sherbrooke University — Philippe Marcoux, Electrical Designer & Academic Lecturer
  • Tufts University — Ruben Del Rio-Ruiz, Postdoctoral Research Scholar
  • KBR Naval Solutions Division — Wayne Devereux, Senior Program Manager
  • Nano Dimension — Nick Geddes, CTO
  • Reception & Dinner (cocktails, buffet, music)

If you are interested in attending, please complete the adjacent form ASAP.