With products ranging from nanoparticle inks to 3D printers and software, company is combining two growing fields.
David Savastano, Editor10.28.15
The worlds of printed electronics and 3D printing are both drawing a lot of interest, but interestingly, there is very little intersection between the two technologies. Nano Dimension is in a good position to change that.
Founded in 2012, Nano Dimension is an Israel-based startup with a range of expertise, developing its own 3D printers, conductive inkjet inks and software. The company has grown to the point where it is now listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
“Our mission is to bring together printed electronics and 3D printing,” said Simon Fried, chief marketing officer for Nano Dimension. “We are developing a 3D printer for printed circuit boards (PCBs), as well as our own conductive silver nanoparticle inks and inkjettable dielectric inks. We believe we are one of the few companies that make the ink, software and printers.
“The 3D printed electronics space is a new area, and there are not many companies in this space,” Frie
Continue reading this story and get 24/7 access to The Independent Global Source for the Flexible and Printed Electronics Industry. for FREE
Stay ahead of the fast growing field of flexible and printed electronics, an emerging industry that promises to revolutionize the methods in which electronic components and systems are manufactured. Flexible and printed electronics covers smart packaging and labels, sensors and wearables, solar cells, displays and lighting, batteries, medical devices, military equipment, and much more.
Already a subscriber? Login