Aug 10, 2022

What is AME and why is it important?

Our latest eBook details game-changing AME technology

August 10, 2022

Factory production of electronics is stuck – in the past. But can the process for building electronic circuit boards actually be reduced from over seventy steps to just five? The answer is “yes” thanks to additively manufactured electronics (AME), and Nano Dimension’s DragonFly IV system.

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AME is the innovative technology that is paving the way for Industry 4.0 production techniques. AME adds another dimension to 3D printing – the ability to generate working circuit boards and high-performance electronic devices. Amazing electronic applications are being 3D printed with two materials – metal and polymer – simultaneously.

Electronics are everywhere, and AME has unlimited applications. Here are some major categories where the technology is finding practical benefits:

  • Aerospace
  • Defense
  • Automotive
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Medical research and devices
  • Scientific and academic research
  • Industrial manufacturing
  • Radio Frequency (RF) communications (5G / 6G / IoT)
  • Micro Electronic Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

The DragonFly® system is the industry’s only comprehensive additive manufacturing platform. It provides significant advantages in electronic circuits and antennas that are set to be widely used in 5G IoT electronics.

Together with FLIGHT software, the printer is helping start-ups and small- and medium-sized businesses protect their IP and prototype modern designs fast, at low cost, and reduce environmental footprint.

AME is just one of the ways Nano Dimension is changing how the world manufactures. Whether you’re in electronics, manufacturing, or business, you’re likely to find AME changing your status quo in the coming years. Get to know AME in our new eBook that explains this exciting new field with use case studies, 3D-printed application examples, and recent tech developments. Download your free copy today!

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