Nano Dimension Appoints LM Instruments to Market PCB/Hi-PEDs 3D-Printers


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Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME)/PE (Printed Electronics) provider, has signed an agreement with LM Instruments, which will represent Nano Dimension in the Mid-Atlantic States by marketing its 3D-Fabrication Machines for High-Performance Electronic Devices (Hi-PEDs).

LM Instruments is a reputed manufacturers’ representative organization focused on the electronics manufacturing industry. LM Instruments’ President, Alfred Freire, commented: “The Mid-Atlantic electronics manufacturing industry is predominantly categorized by prime contractors in the defence and space industries. Furthermore, the end user is always looking for short time-to-market, together with the highest quality, to meet the stringent requirements of their mission critical applications. The ground-breaking technology in these 3D-Fabrication Machines reduces the development cycle time. It is now possible to enable on-site prototyping and it can be done within a few hours instead of a few weeks.”

LM Instruments will work with Nano Dimension to market this new, disruptive technology, enabling rapid Proof of Concepts (PoC) of 3D Hi-PEDs. The DragonFly LDM machine can be placed in the work area to fabricate the device overnight. It eliminates the need to send IP rich electronic circuit files to another supplier or even in some cases to another continent. With the DragonFly LDM 3D Additive Manufacturing Electronics technology, it becomes easy to print functional electronics PoCs and complex multi-layer Hi-PEDs, in-house.

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