Nano Dimension Moves its U.S. Headquarters to Greater Boston Area


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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 the opening of its new U.S. headquarters in Waltham, a community in the Boston metropolitan area.

As part of its business plan, the Company is relocating its US Headquarters to the greater Boston, MA area.  Nano Dimension will now work in closer vicinity to academic and research institutions which are key early adopters of its ground-breaking solutions for AME, PE, and Micro-AM. Nano Dimension’s new facility is near the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard, and Boston University, among many other private and public universities and research-and-development labs. 

“We are excited to strengthen our presence in the nation’s academic research and technological innovation center,” stated Sean Patterson, President of Nano Dimension USA, and Chief Revenue Officer. “Our multi-year growth initiative is dependent on being near the institutions and consortia that are already – or will soon become – our customers.”

Nano Dimension is committed to a technology roadmap that advances a new production model for electronic and other 3D printed devices through additive manufacturing, deep-learning artificial intelligence (AI), advanced materials, and integrated surface mount technology (SMT).  This new model aligns with our product plans for Industry 4.0 initiatives and enables intelligent, self-improving processes and automation that are far more secure and environmentally friendly than traditional industrial technologies.

The office relocation also broadens the high-tech talent pool available to the Company.  “Even beyond the four strategic acquisitions completed in the past year, we are expecting tremendous growth in our customer base and our staff moving forward,” added Mr. Patterson.  “It is important for us to take part in the Massachusetts area's thriving professional and research ecosystem.”

Nano Dimension has already brought on two industry insiders to help navigate the new landscape of academia and technology innovators.  Gene Howard Weiner, a legendary veteran of the printed circuit board (PCB) marketplace for decades, has been retained as a consultant through his Massachusetts firm Weiner International Associates.  In addition, Dana Korf, Principal Consultant at Korf Consultancy, has signed on as Nano Dimension’s new AME Standards Manager.

“These are two figures of immense technical knowledge and vast experience within the business of software, OEMs, and electronics manufacturing,” commented Mr. Patterson.  “Their professional networks will allow us to take full advantage of emerging opportunities.” 

The new headquarters will house expanded sales operations, customer support and fabrication facilities that will be used for customer open houses and continued support for the AME Academy® events and local organizations. 

Current and prospective customers are welcome to come and visit the new office by appointment, and the Company will be hosting an official open house this summer.  Details related to the event will be announced in the coming weeks.

Nano Dimension retains its presence in Sunrise, Florida, as a marketing, sales support, NaNoS® printing services and logistics center.

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