Nano Dimension Achieves the UL and CSA Standards


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Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME) provider, announced today that its DragonFly LDM system for fabricating Hi-PED (high Performance Electronic Devices) has achieved the UL and CSA certifications for safety of information technology equipment.

As the DragonFly LDM is distributed internationally, the UL and CSA standards are most significant as they may serve as trusted certificates for compliance and regulatory expectations. The newly achieved UL and CSA certifications are in addition to the Company’s ISO 45001:2018 and ISO 14001:2015 existing certifications.

“UL and CSA certifications illustrate the commitment of Nano Dimension to meeting or exceeding industry criteria,” said Eyal Hershkovitz, Nano Dimension’s Quality Manager.

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