Nano Dimension Bags Orders for two DragonFly Pro 3D Printers from U.S. Armed Forces

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The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer

Above: The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer/Image Credit: Nano Dimension

Nano Dimension, a leading additive electronics provider announced in an official release that it has bagged two orders of its award-winning DragonFly 3D Printers from different branches of the United States Armed Forces. The company bagged the orders in just two weeks after receiving United States Government Certified Vendor status.

Nano Dimension holds a Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code from the United States Department of Defense’s Defense Logistics Agency since June 2018. The sale of the two 3D printers was completed by Nano Dimension’s leading US value added resellers – TriMech Solutions and Fathom. Each of the resellers sold a system to a different branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.

The sales are a further indication of the company’s penetration in the US market. Offering details of how the company is strengthening its position in the US market, Simon Fried, President at Nano Dimension said, “Nano Dimension continues to strengthen its position in the U.S. market, particularly in the U.S. defense sector. These sales to tier one customers demonstrate the attractiveness of our additive manufacturing solution. The ability to create functional circuit prototypes quickly and securely in-house is a key factor in the increasing adoption of our solution in the multi-billion-dollar U.S. defense sector.”

“Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Pro 3D Printer makes it possible to 3D print radically new designs and improve workflows by leveraging the agility of additive manufacturing. The defense sector is highly motivated to enable additive manufacturing in the field by bypassing traditional manufacturing processes,” added Fried.

The defense sector has been a key market for additive manufacturing technologies, both for supply chain efficiency and product innovation. As a registered and approved vendor, Nano Dimension is positioned to pursue and conduct business directly with the U.S. Federal Government and its many agencies, which also includes the Department of Homeland Security and entities of the Department of Defense.

The DragonFly 2020 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 2020 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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