Nano Dimension Expands 3D Printed Electronics Tech Community


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Nano Dimension, a leading printing electronics company in the area of 3D printing, announced today that Nano Dimension Technologies, a fully owned subsidiary of Nano Dimension, has joined forces with another Global Fortune 500 company to demonstrate the suitability of 3D printed electronics technology. The goal of this work is to establish the applicability of Nano Dimension's 3D PCB printing technology for electronics components in the semi-conductor space. The partner company wishes to leverage 3D printing to accelerate development cycles while also reducing development risk. As a result of the collaboration, Nano Dimension will gain valuable exposure to the global semiconductor sector and will introduce its revolutionary 3D printing technology to early adopters.

About Nano Dimension

Nano Dimension was founded in 2012 and focuses on the research and development of advanced 3D electronics printing, including a printer for printing PCBs (printed circuit boards), and the development of nanotechnology- based ink products, which are complementary products for 3D printers.

The company was established by four seasoned entrepreneurs, Sharon Fima, Amit Dror, Simon Fried and Dagi Ben-Noon, whose backgrounds are in world-class digital print companies and technology companies.

Nano Dimension uses a unique, novel technology which combines three technologies: inkjet, 3D printing and advanced nanotechnology, enabling the use of conductive ink for printing the conductors on PCBs. By integrating innovative, groundbreaking technologies, Nano Dimension is developing a unique and innovative 3D printer, which is capable of printing multi-layer PCBs, and supplies conductive Nano-inks to other fields in the electronics market.

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