Sep 13, 2017

Israel-based 3D printed electronics company Nano Dimension today announced the commercial availability of a new larger-format machine, the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer. The new printer is an upgrade of its desktop-sized model which has gone through an extensive testing period.

Released as a direct result of customer feedback from its beta phase, the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer features high precision and resolution, easy maintenance, and an extendable platform.

"Agility and keeping pace with rapidly changing customer expectations is a competitive differentiator," said Simon Fried, Co-Founder and Chief Business Officer of Nano Dimension. "3D printing with this next-generation DragonFly is transformational for electronics development. Optimizing workflows shrinks PCB design and test cycles from months or weeks, to days. More and easier iterations lead to greater innovation and better business outcomes."

The updated DragonFly 2020 Pro lets you optimize your development workflows, rather than dealing with the complexity and bottlenecks inherent in outsourcing PCBs for prototyping. Designers and engineers can now innovate rapidly from proof of concept, through design validation to test fixtures, by 3D printing their own multilayer PCBs.

"The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer is a one-stop solution for 3D-printed electronics," says Nano Dimension. Like their desktop 3D printer, the DragonFly 2020 Pro has an inkjet deposition system, and allows fabrication of full range of multilayer PCB features - including interconnections such as buried vias and plated through holes. It also allows manufacturers to keep sensitive and proprietary design information in-house.

The DragonFly 2020 Pro is now available for early access commercial sales through Nano Dimension's Early Access Program.



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