on 27 Sep 2019 6:17 PM

Leading institutions from the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in the UK to the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) in Italy are using the Nano Dimension DragonFly 3D additive manufacturing system.

The IIT use it for electrical packaging of rapid device and microsystem prototyping of next-generation micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) and wearable transducers for information and communication technology (ICT) and biomedical applications.

The MTC - home of the National Centre for Additive Manufacturing - has become the first research and development centre in the UK to install precision equipment to allow 3D printing of small and complex electronic components.

The Coventry-based MTC has taken delivery of a Nano Dimension DragonFly LDM precision additive manufacturing system. The new equipment will allow the production of small-scale electronic components used in smart connected devices, as well as multi-layer printed circuit boards and sensors.

The innovative technology will be available to all MTC clients, to allow them to take advantage of the speed and cost benefits of the rapid prototyping of electronic components.

Join IPP Ltd and Nano Dimension at its 3D Additive Manufacturing Technology Day

To learn more about the Nano Dimension DragonFly additive manufacturing system, come and join Industrial Production Processes (IPP) Ltd and technical experts from Nano Dimension at the 3D Additive Manufacturing Technology Day.

The day will showcase the latest additive manufacturing innovations and will focus on Nano Dimension’s DragonFly LDM system. Among the conference, speakers are two of MTC’s Technology Managers, Nano Dimension’s CEO and Nano Dimension’s Applications Manager. In addition, two Nano Dimension customers will present case studies, including HENSOLDT, a global pioneer of technology and innovation in the area of defence and security electronics, and Istituto Italiano di Technologia (IIT).