Nano Dimension Unveils Prototype 3D PCB Printer

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Nano Dimension has unveiled its Dragonfly 2020 3D PCB Printer, which converts a standard gerber file into fully functional, professional printed circuit board (PCB) prototypes in on-site desktop units. The printer features industry standard nano-inks that are formulated and engineered to deliver industry-compatible performance, taking the design from concept to prototype in just hours.

Suitable for prototyping before mass production and for one-off projects, the Dragonfly printer creates functional, high-resolution multilayer PCB prototypes that shorten development cycles. 3D printing bypasses traditional prototyping bottlenecks, saving customers time and money. This seamless in-house production process also provides new freedom to experiment and evolve.



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