3D Printing for Agile Electronics Development by Nano Dimension (Recorded on 11/29/2017 at FATHOM)

Held on November 29, 2017 at FATHOM’s Oakland-based headquarters and production center, guest speaker Simon Fried of Nano Dimension talked about 3D printing electrically functional circuitry, what organizations are doing with the technology today, and near-future application advancements.

The seminar was focused on additive manufacturing for electronics and attendees got a first-look at the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printing System out of beta-testing, as well as a meet-n-greet with technology experts about how companies are bringing better electronics to market more quickly by 3D printing their own circuit boards and keeping sensitive design information in-house. In this recording, learn more about how teams today can utilize agile development processes at every prototyping stage to speed up time to market and increase product innovation.

  1. Breakthroughs in Inkjet 3D Printing & Nano Technology
  2. Dielectric Ink & Silver Nanoparticle-Based Ink
  3. No Known PCB Layer Limits
  4. Accepts PCB Design Files, Gerber 274x Format
  5. Future Convergence of Mechanical Parts with Electrical Circuitry

From proofs of concepts to design validation to multilayer PCB prototypes, in-house additive manufacturing shortens development to hours and days, unlike traditional methods that take weeks and months.

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