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Nano Dimension Bags IDTechEx Award for its Multi-Material 3D Printing Inks

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Above: The IDTechEx Show Materials Award/Image Credit: Nano Dimension

Nano Dimension Ltd, one of the leading additive electronics providers has bagged the IDTechEx Award for Technical Development Materials for its breakthrough multi-material 3D printing inks. The IDTechEx Awards were presented at the annual IDTechEx Show that took place in Berlin last week.

The company bagged award for its conductive and dielectric inks which have helped solve major challenges such as the widespread adoption of 3D printed electronics. Nano Dimension’s inks have made it possible to manufacture electrically functional parts using additive manufacturing. The company uses the inks in its flagship 3D printer – the DragonFly 2020 Pro to 3D print numerous electronic products such as Printable Circuit Boards (PCBs) and others.

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Above: The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D printing Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs)/Image Credit: Nano Dimension

These parts range from circuits to antennas, which are manufactured using high resolution jetting that helps to create both standard as well as revolutionary functional parts.

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Above: Multilayer PCB 3D Printed on the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer/Image Credit: Nano Dimension

Speaking about how the company developed the inks, Amit Dror, CEO of Nano Dimension stated in an official release from the company, “We’ve designed our inks to break existing technology barriers for functional multi-material 3D printing.”

“We combine 3D printing with printed electronics, so designers and engineers are now able to print fully functional free-form electronics that were previously unimaginable,” added Dror.

Offering details about their selection of multimaterial inks, one of the judges at IDTechEx noted, “It is clear that the development of Nano Dimension’s materials was a key enabler for creating their multi-material 3D printing for electronics. Truly groundbreaking.”

Also Read: Nano Dimension Spreads its Wings Further into the Asia-Pacific Market: Appoints New Regional Director, Resellers

This is the third award for Nano Dimension since the launch of  DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer. The company has already won the Productroni Innovation Award 2017 and Circuits Assemble Printed Circuit Design and Fab Magazines New Product Introduction Awards for ink jet printers for its DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer and the award from IDTechEx for its multi-materials only adds another feather to the company’s cap.

Based in the United Kingdom, IDTechEx offers market research, business intelligence, and events on emerging technologies. The IDTechEX Show was just concluded in Berlin where Nano Dimension also took part as an exhibitor.

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