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.
- Breakthroughs in Inkjet 3D Printing & Nano Technology
- Dielectric Ink & Silver Nanoparticle-Based Ink
- No Known PCB Layer Limits
- Accepts PCB Design Files, Gerber 274x Format
- 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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