Nano Dimension and HDC Install DragonFly Pro AM System in South Korea’s Chungbuk Technopark

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Nano Dimension, a leader in additive electronics, announced that it has installed its award-winning DragonFly Pro additive manufacturing system at Chungbuk Technopark in South Korea. Chungbuk Technopark is a non-profit research institute that brings together industrial players, academia and the South Korean government to conduct research and development (R&D) activities in various fields ranging from consumer goods to bio-health.

Chungbuk Technopark, which has received numerous awards for research and business endeavours, purchased the DragonFly Pro system to streamline electronics development on its premises. The non-profit research institute will now focus on crucial design and prototyping phases of innovative electronics projects.

The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer

Above: The DragonFly Pro 3D Printer/Image Credit: Nano Dimension

Nano Dimension completed the sale and installation of the DragonFly Pro with HDC, the company’s leading reseller in South Korea. Speaking about the installation in South Korea, which is known as a fastest growing markets for electronics, Brian Seo, President at HDC said, “The Korean market is one of the fastest growing markets for electronics, and we believe that additive manufacturing will play a major role in the future of printed electronics among Korean developers and manufacturers.”

Explaining about the importance of the South Korean market for the company, Gilad Reshef, APAC Director at Nano Dimension said, “The South Korean market is very important to Nano Dimension and installations at premium and innovative customers such as Chungbuk Techno Park are one of the key reasons why we have partners like HDC.”

“Combining technical proficiency with an aggressive sales and marketing operation, tier one resellers like HDC are well positioned to bring Nano Dimension’s additive manufacturing solutions to the South Korea market and help drive the design and manufacturing of consumer goods, automotive, defense, medical and other industries that contribute so much to the Korea economy,” added Reshef.

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The sale of the 3D printer is a further indication of how 3D printing is slowly making in-roads in the electronics market around the world. The DragonFly Pro 3D printer makes it easier for companies to 3D print a variety of functional electronics such as sensors, antennas, molded connected devices, printed circuit board and other devices.

By easing the process of manufacturing such complex electronic devices, the DragonFly Pro 3D printer is transforming the electronic additive manufacturing market and allowing companies to take charge of their entire development cycle.

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