Electrical 3D Printer Arrives in the United States From Nano Dimensions

The ability to create customized electronics on-demand just became closer to reality with the arrival of a 3d printer in the United States from Nano Dimensions.

As ThreeD Materials has written about in the past, Nano Dimensions creates customizable PCB boards - which connect and organize all the electrical components for your devices, allowing them to power up and run properly - with a 3d printer that sits on your average desk.

The company, based in Israel, delivered its DragonFly 2020 printer to a defense company based in its home country earlier this year, and today the company announced their first American partner.

"Last month, we announced the supply of our 3D printer to a leading Israeli defense company, and we are continuing to expand our go-to-market infrastructure to distribute the company's products in the United States," said Amit Dror, CEO of Nano Dimension. "The presence of the DragonFly 2020 in the U.S. will provide Nano Dimension the ability to showcase the capabilities of the DragonFly 2020 3D Printer to potential U.S. customers. We are excited to have FATHOM as a key partner in this effort."

Wind turbines, automobiles, computers and just about any other electrical device of importance you can think of could be affected by electrical 3d printing, which would allow companies to fully customize products and alter their supply chain cycles.

“Both FATHOM and Nano Dimension share the same vision of changing the way products are designed and manufactured,” said Rich Stump, Co-Founder and Principal at FATHOM. “We are excited to receive this system because it builds on FATHOM’s focus to augment conventional methods with cutting-edge technologies and advanced processes.”

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