Discover how 3D printed electronics provides new ways to solve traditional development challenges and is ramping up to manufacturing in the Industry 4.0 era.
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The typical two-week turnaround for a 10-layer PCB can mean that engineers remain conservative during the design process, mistakes come at high risk in terms of cost and time. With 3D printed electronics, engineers can dare to be more innovative, thereby changing the way they work and having more learning during the process. An embedded electronic component within a circuit board? A functional coil or miniaturized module printed in just a few hours? Explore how Nano Dimension’s DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D printer can speed time to market, cut costs, improve designs and enable applications never before possible.
In the classified world of the defense industry, product confidentiality, manufacturing independence and rapid product iteration are critical. With increasing pressure to accelerate time-to-market, defense manufacturers are turning to additive manufacturing Industry 4.0 and more automated solutions to beat competitors to delivering the latest battle-ready products.
With the rising demand for smart, connected, autonomous and electrified vehicles, automotive industry manufacturers need fast, reliable solutions to build competitive products using compact electronic components and sensors quickly and cost-effectively. Nano Dimension’s breakthrough ability to 3D print functional electric components has enormous potential to impact how manufacturers innovate and stay in the fast lane.
3D printed electronics solves many of the design challenges of the aviation industry. Confidential in-house 3D printing provides capabilities for printing complex, professional circuit boards, sensors, antennas and other non-planar electronics. that include more functionality in smaller footprints and customizable parts that were impossible to create before. With onsite printing, there is no need to lose time and money whilst iterating or place proprietary IP at risk.
The rush to stay ahead of the competition and meet ever-increasing customer demands for the next wearable, smart phone, smart home device and other smart, connected products keeps consumer electronics manufacturers at the forefront of electronic product design innovation. The ability to print multi-layer circuit prototypes for concept validation or testing in hours instead of waiting weeks for new prototypes is already changing workflows. Now with 3D printed electronics, developers and manufacturers have the speed and agility to iterate more, increase the efficiency of development processes and introduce new products to market in record time and at lower cost.
As the telecommunications industry undergoes a massive surge in wireless, IoT and connected solutions, manufacturers seeking a competitive edge require more agile electronic development processes. 3D printed electronics gives the flexibility to iterate in the lab more often, increase the efficiency of development processes and introduce innovative products that let manufacturers dial into the latest trends in product innovation and Industry 4.0.
3D printing technology is already transforming the healthcare industry, from printing medical devices to producing functional pre-clinical parts, enabling rapid medical advancements and paving the way for new applications. The first additive manufacturing capability for functional 3D electronics means that designers can 3D print encapsulated sensors, embed components within multilayer circuit boards and create miniaturized modules used in device design, optimizing additive manufacturing for a variety of applications in the medical device industry.