Following the commencement of commercial sales for its DragonFly 2020 electronics 3D printer, Nano Dimension (NASDAQ:NNDM) has unveiled the desktop model’s big brother: the DragonFly 2020 Pro.
Released as a direct result of customer feedback from the 2020’s beta testing stages, the Pro has a series of benefits making it an agile solution for hardware development and circuit innovation.
Key features of the DragonFly 2020 Pro are high precision/resolution of multimaterial deposition, easy machine maintenance, and an extendable platform.
“Agility and keeping pace with rapidly changing customer expectations is a competitive differentiator.” Simon Fried, Co-Founder and CBO of Nano Dimension
The larger machine means the Pro is geared towards industrial applications. Existing customers of Nano Dimension systems include PHYTEC, where the company has integrated the desktop Dragonfly 2020 into its prototyping methods for OEM PCB production, and leading contract manufacturer Jabil.
Electronics 3D printing of multimaterial layers
Like their desktop 3D printer, the DragonFly 2020 Pro has an inkjet deposition system, and allows fabrication of multilayer electronic features such as buried VIA connections. As an all-in-one PCB 3D printing system it also allows manufacturers to keep technological designs in-house, protecting sensitive information and cutting lead times.
Simon Fried, Nano Dimension Co-Founder and CBO, comments, “Agility and keeping pace with rapidly changing customer expectations is a competitive differentiator. 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.”
As of September 12 2017, the Pro model is available for early access commercial sales directly through Nano Dimension.
Featured image shows the DragonFly 2020 Pro electronics 3D printer. Image via Nano Dimension