Additive manufacturing of electronics has arrived

Thanks to recent advancements in additive manufacturing, there’s a new method for designing and producing non-planar electronics and multi-layer PCBs. Rather than waiting weeks for a part to arrive, 3d printing electronics produces prototypes in a matter of hours in-house. Additive manufacturing electronics allows for design flexibility, so you can print a PCB to fit the exact shape of a product it’s intended for.

Our customers are 3D printing

Flexible electronics
Rigid-flex electronics
RFID tags
Electromagnetic coils
Embedded sensors & antennas
Molded interconnect devices
Multi-layer printed circuit boards

How we can help

Multi-Material Production

The Dragonfly 2020 from Nano Dimension has two print heads, one for nano-Silver and the other for dielectric polymer ink. This allows you to create entire PCB products in-house in a matter of hours, saving you time so you can get your products to market faster.

Endless Design Freedom

The DragonFly 2020 can print conductive traces within the insulating material instead of the surface of electronics. This allows much greater freedom to experiment with new designs that add functionality, reduce weight, and optimize shape and size to improve product reliability.

IP Safe Environment

Designers and engineers no longer have to worry about IP risks when sending their files off to an electronics manufacturer. Everything can get done in-house thanks to additive manufacturing.

Print your part

Our 3D printing service bureau hosts the DragonFly 2020 3D printer from Nano Dimension. Send us your file and we will ship your part once it’s finished, helping cut down lead times. We take our customers’ IP seriously and follow proper measures to ensure your information is safe.

Learn how additive manufacturing with Nano Dimension can make slow turn-around times, IP security risks, and restricted designer creativity a thing of the past.

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