Oct. 3, 2014

Downloading and printing new electronics has now become possible. But Tel Aviv based Nano Dimension wants to bring PCB prototyping to home users.

Nano Dimension is developing a 3D printer for multi-layer circuit boards (PCBs) as well as conductive nano-silver inks along with novel insulating and substrate inks. The 3D inkjet printer is also intended to be used for small batch production of professional multi-layer PCBs, which could open up a whole new world of PCB design and material possibilities.

"Our goal is to create a desktop-sized system that prints high-quality high-resolution multi-layer PCBs that are fully suited to industry standard testing and to small-batch manufacture. Sophisticated mechanicals, advanced software, print-head management and nano-chemistry are coming together to make this a reality." announced the team.

Founded in 2012, the Nano Dimension team has years of experience in developing sophisticated ink-jet printing systems and nanotechnology R&D. They have got an exclusive license to use silver nano-particle processes developed by the renowned Prof. Magadassi and patented by Yissum, the Hebrew University's technology transfer company.

Their PCB Jet printer is designed to be the most accurate and versatile inkjet deposition tool for printed multi-layer circuit boards at your own home or office. According to the team, "It will make printing multi-layer circuits as quick and simple as printing a photo."

This month, on the 1st of October, the Israeli Office of the Chief Scientist granted Nano Dimension $500k of research funding for multi-layer PCB 3D printer. Nano Dimension is listed on the Tel Aviv stock exchange.

The Nano Dimension 3D PCB printer will be available for pre-order soon. Stay tuned.

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