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The benefits of an all-in-one SMT solution for the electronics industry
In the future, agile development, delivery speed, and efficient job coordination will add up to a decisive competitive advantage. This new white paper goes in depth to the specific engineering issues involved for successful implementation.
How 3D integrated electronics can take us beyond Moore’s Law.
Moore’s law is coming to an end according to many science and technology commentators. Among them is the celebrity theoretical physicist Michio Kaku who predicted in 2012: “In about ten years or so, we will see the collapse of Moore’s law.”
Nano Dimension Presents First Ever Fully Functional 3D Printed IoT Communication Device Opening the Door to Many Innovations in Smart Homes and Products
By Amit Dror, CEO and Co-Founder of Nano Dimension Nano Dimension 3D Printing There’s a growing design trend that’s beginning to have an impact on the product development process and how engineers go about innovating smart homes and designing connected products. The key technologies driving this trend are the connection of devices to the […]
Medical robotic arm light fixture with specially-shaped LEDs lights the way to rapid innovation
By Robert Even, Nano Dimension Medical robotic arm light fixture with specially-shaped LEDs The medical device industry has long been a leader in the adoption of cost and time-effective additive manufacturing R&D and production processes. Now, as additive manufacturing of mechanical parts has already proven its merits in the medical space – in […]
A Brave New World: New Designs and New Options
Building functional electronic components in a single print job using inkjet printers with conductive and dielectric inks...
Breakthrough 3D Printing of RF Antennas Showcased by Harris Corp. at 2019 IEEE Radio & Wireless Week
Our DragonFly Pro additive manufacturing system received important recognition this week at the 2019 IEEE Radio & Wireless event in Orlando, where major US defense contractor Harris Corporation presented findings showing precision radio frequency (RF) antennas it additively printed using the DragonFly had similar performance to antennas printed using conventional equipment.