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Easily 3D Print Electronic Components

Imagine being able to 3D print fully-functional devices such as PCBs, sensors, antennas, molded interconnect devices (MIDs), complex geometries and more, to meet the challenges of rapid prototyping and shape the world of electronics. 

Now you can. The 3D Printed Electronics Service Bureau specializes in additive intelligence, giving designers and engineers the ability to develop smart, electrified objects that cannot be produced using any other method. Companies and individuals can 3D print a wide range of free-form electrified objects on demand — with both conductive and dielectric materials — using Nano Dimension's DragonFly™ System for Precision Additive Manufacturing of Printed Electronics.  

Tell our experts what you wish to achieve and we’ll walk you through the order process to get your project started.

See what can be achieved with our service bureau for 3D printed electronics:




Q: How does the service bureau work?
A: Users design their own components and then upload them directly to the Nano Dimension platform.

Q: What is the turnaround time?
A: The turnaround time depends on design complexity and our workload at the time of ordering. We will respond to your request within 24

Q: Which file formats are accepted?
A: Our preferred file formats are SOLIDWORKS and Gerber, but the following formats can also be accepted: Step, IGES, parasolid, electronic editing project, STP.

Q: What is required to print a 3D object that contains both conducting and insulating materials?
A: The easiest way to prepare a job for 3D printing is by using Nano Dimension’s SOLIDWORKS add-in. It can be installed on a stand-alone PC with SOLIDWORKS. In addition, there are several design rules that must be followed* (reference to design rules below). Other 3D software can be used, but you are responsible for differentiating between the insulating and conductive materials within the design.

Q: What is the SOLIDWORKS add-in?
A: Nano Dimension’s SOLIDWORKS add-in enables users to move from 2D to 3D circuitry easily. With the add-in, users can design a multi-material 3D model in SOLIDWORKS and easily 3D-print it using the DragonFly System. For installation guidance or additional information please contact us.

Q: Do you ship internationally?
A: Yes. We can ship anywhere the customer requires. International shipping charges will apply.

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Smart, connected products and IoT

3D printed electronics is an important new tool for professional electronics development. We can transform your 2D idea into an innovative 3D reality. Bring your concept to life with the accurate and versatile DragonFly System, which enables printing conductive and insulating materials in one print job. This leading 3D printed electronics solution enables virtually limitless design flexibility and can improved product performance and customization opportunities. You can now 3D print non-planar conductive traces, offset vias, vias without pads and many other features only possible courtesy of additive manufacturing.

Bring your game-changing designs to life by uploading your design requirements onto our easy online ordering system. We will work with you to get your design printed and to market quickly and cost-effectively.

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Print Samples

New to the process of additive manufacturing? Check out our gallery section for use cases of what can be achieved with 3D printed electronics.


Nano Dimension’s high performance conductive silver nano-particle ink (metal) and insulating ink (dielectric polymer) are optimized for a variety of applications. From proofs of concept, to design validation, to test fixtures, Nano Dimension’s materials help you succeed at every stage of the design and manufacturing cycle.

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Non-Planar 3D Design Rules


Recommended Value

Max Build Size  (X,Y,Z)

5cm x 5cm x 0.3cm (2" x 2" x 1/8")

Min. object size (via, through-holes)(X,Y Axis)

400 um (16 mil)

Min. spacing between conductors (X,Y Axis )

200 um (8 mil)

Min. spacing (Z Axis)

12 um (1/2 mil)

Min. trace

150 um (6 mil)

Max. wall angle

Vertical  (90o)

Support negative angles, cavities and voids


Edge spacing

1.25mm (50 mil)

Min. layer thickness

12 um (1/2")


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