Nano Dimension Sells Another DragonFly IV 3D-AME System to Leading Western Defense Force


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Nano Dimension Ltd., an industry-leader in additively manufactured electronics (AME), printed electronics (PE), and micro additive manufacturing (Micro-AM), announced that it has sold yet another DragonFly IV 3D-AME Printer and FLIGHT Applications Software package, both first released in mid-November 2021, to a leading Western Defense Force.

Nano Dimension is the leading provider of intelligent machines for the fabrication of AME. The new DragonFly IV system, combined with FLIGHT application software, has been well received in the electronics sector since it launched.  Customers are recognizing that DragonFly IV with FLIGHT application software delivers new levels of quality, efficiency, and print resolution in the 3D printed electronics sector, providing increased flexibility to design any 3D geometry and create innovative new products.

DragonFly IV is a Dielectric & Conductive-Materials Additive Manufacturing System aimed at the fabrication of High-Performance Electronic Devices (Hi-PEDs) by depositing the proprietary materials simultaneously, while concurrently integrating in-situ capacitors, antennas, coils, transformers, and electro-mechanical components.

Amit Dror, Nano Dimension Co-Founder and Chief Customer Success Officer commented: “The accelerated pace of sales of the new DragonFly IV and FLIGHT application software package is an encouraging sign for market acceptance of this unique product. It delivers unparalleled abilities to print 3D electronic devices and opens the pathway to re-imagining new designs for printed electronics that can only be accomplished additively.  We believe that soon the term Printed Circuit Board (PCB) will be replaced by PCC (Printed Circuit Cube).”  Mr. Dror continued, “Nano Dimension spent the second half of 2021 investing in a modern, digital, global marketing organization and has paired that with a more robust sales presence in the Americas region that has deep electronics industry experience. This investment is expected to accelerate demand, shorten sales cycles, and provide much broader exposure to its innovative suite of products and solutions, which is expected to lead to increased revenue.”

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