Let’s talk about the future of printed circuit board prototyping. Sean Patterson, the President of Nano Dimension USA is here to introduce the technology behind DragonFly IV®, the multi-material 3D printer for electronics fabrication. He will walk us through its current capabilities, what it can do and what we may expect from it in the future.

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Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics

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Show Highlights:

  • Sean talks about the growing company.

    • They have 39 members in the US, and 500 globally. There are still plenty of roles available, visit Nano Dimension’s website here
    • Started as an additive manufacturing company, specifically for circuit boards to now multi-material, and multi-layer 3D printing option for electronics through 
  • Sean excitedly shares all the exciting things that the DragonFly IV can do.
    • Faster electronic prototyping and proof of concept
    • Environmental and sustainability advantages
    • A manufacturing plant in the office
    • An electromechanical structure that's functionally, mechanically, and electrically, to solve a problem
  • The evolution of electronic manufacturing offers a solution that works–there are many better ways, weight reduction, and size reduction
    • Nano Dimensions is helping the electronics industry ecosystems systems get prepped now, to support the adoption of this technology
  • DragonFly IV uses FR4-like, and the conductive ink is a silver nanoparticle
  • What’s the future look like for Nano Dimensions?
    • What materials will be available in the future?
    • What will be the ultimate capability of the DragonFly?

Links and Resources:

Connect with Sean Patterson on LinkedIn 
Visit Nando Dimension’s website here 

Connect with Zack on LinkedIn

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