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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.

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IoT and Additive Manufacturing: Towards an Intelligent and Connected World of Electronics

“Alexa, dim the dining room lights.” Just five years ago, Alexa would have been an actual person. Today, it is but one (albeit powerful) virtual personal assistant, amongst vast networks of interconnected “smart” devices totaling 8.4 billion units. The “Internet of Things” (IoT), as the system is named, is one of the recent innovations that […]

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Breakthrough in 100% Additive Manufacturing of Antennas

  3D Printed PCB for RF Amplifier In June 2017, Nano Dimension clinched an Israel Innovation Authority grant for research on 3D printing electronics modules for space applications with major US defense contractor Harris Corporation. A key project within this collaboration was to study the feasibility of 3D printing radio frequency (RF) amplifiers on Nano […]

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Silver Nanoparticle Inks: Enabling New Applications Across Industries

RFID tags printed on can by Nano Dimension  Conductive inks are instrumental in the development of modern electronics, as they enable a simpler, cleaner and more cost-effective way to lay down conductive traces. Emerging applications for conductive inks include RFID tags, 3D antennas, glucose sensors, and automative occupancy detection- just to name a few. The growing list […]

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How can RFID tags cost 1 cent?

An example of a generic RFID chip As far back as 2001, we have been watching the RFID industry very keenly and asking ourselves “When will a RFID tag ever cost 5 cents?” Imagination turned to reality in 2012 and since then, major stores such as Marks & Spencer have been jumping on board the RFID ship. […]