Up until now, 3D printing has enabled academics and university researchers to display their findings, and advance their field of study, using true-to-life 3D models — without being able to 3D print electronic circuitry, the heartbeat of all devices. Now for the first time, researchers are unconstrained with new freedom to produce fully functional 3D printed electronic circuitry and non-planar functional parts, in-house, to explore research that enable free-form printing of metals and dielectric polymers.
Nano Dimension works with academic institutions across the globe to train tomorrow’s workforce in electronic additive manufacturing and to empower innovation for real-world applications. Whether in the classroom or in the innovation lab, mechatronics can provide tomorrows engineers and researchers with the tools to develop 3D circuitry and antennas without the straight-jacket of traditional manufacturing processes, allowing them to develop the electronics of the future.
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