Category Archives: 3d-Printed Electronics

Sub $400 3D prints electric sensing temporary tattoos for soldiers

Scientists at the University of Minnesota (UMN) have 3D printed an electronic circuit on to the back of a human hand for the first time. Though temporary, like lick n stick tattoos, this technology presents great potential for helping to heal wounds, gather advanced intelligence on the battlefield, and promote response in remote locations. “It would […]

3D printed electronics online on-demand service launched by Nano Dimension

Multimaterial 3D printing is exemplified no better than in the area of 3D printed electronics. The ability to create printed circuit boards (PCBs) on demand has the potential to transform localized electronics production and prototyping from the the armed forces to consumer goods, and every industry in-between. To meet a growing demand for rapid electronics production, Israeli […]

CfAM publishes breakthrough Multifunctional AM method for electronics

Multifunctional Additive Manufacturing (MFAM) champions the development of single step 3D printing using multiple materials. Due to its nature, MFAM is ideally suited to the fabrication of electronic components, as they typically require step by step assembly of conductive and non-conductive parts. Researchers at the University of Nottingham’s Centre for Additive Manufacturing (CfAM) are leading […]

MIT peel-and-go 3D printed electronics assemble without added water

3D printing with added time, i.e. “4D printing”, is an industry trend bringing about self-actuating and assembling objects that could one day bring improvements to areas of construction, clothing and wearable tech. Typically, 4D printed objects require the application of a stimulus, such as heat or water, for activation. However, in a new development from […]

MIT peel-and-go 3D printed electronics assemble without added water

3D printing with added time, i.e. “4D printing”, is an industry trend bringing about self-actuating and assembling objects that could one day bring improvements to areas of construction, clothing and wearable tech. Typically, 4D printed objects require the application of a stimulus, such as heat or water, for activation. However, in a new development from […]

Draper puts aersol jet to test with 3D printed Bluetooth transceiver

Aerosol jet printing (AJP) is a technique for spraying metal-based inks developed by industrial manufacturer Optomec. Its ability to adhere to readymade surfaces and make multimaterial objects makes the technique highly desirable in the consumer electronics market, where demand for device prototypes is at an all time high. To assess AJP in practice, and better […]

Nano Dimension presents larger DragonFly 2020 Pro for 3D printing electronics

Following the commencement of commercial sales for its DragonFly 2020 electronics 3D printer, Nano Dimension (NASDAQ:NNDM) has unveiled the desktop model’s big brother: the DragonFly 2020 Pro. Released as a direct result of customer feedback from the 2020’s beta testing stages, the Pro has a series of benefits making it an agile solution for hardware […]

Nano Dimension sets pace for 2017 reporting increased revenue in Q2

With continued sales of the DragonFly 2020, 3D printed electronics company Nano Dimension (NASDAQ: NNDM) has released its financial results for the second quarter of 2017. Making an overall loss, of NIS 17,481,000, the company has exceeded revenues made in the first quarter of 2017, and expects to continue sales momentum throughout the rest of the […]

DragonFly 2020 3D printer transforms PHYTEC PCB production

In November 2016, Israel’s Nano Dimension (TASE: NNDM) announced that PHYTEC, one of the largest PCB manufacturers in the world, was to be one of the first recipients of a DragonFly 2020 3D printer. Now a new video demonstrates how 3D printing is integrated within PHYTEC’s product development cycle. Nano Dimension shows how the 3D-printed […]

Neotech AMT GmbH kündigt Großprojekte für “vollständig additiv” 3D-gedruckte Elektronik an

Die Neotech AMT GmbH ansässig in Nürnberg, Deutschland hat zwei neue Großprojekte zur Erweiterung der Fähigkeiten auf dem Gebiet der vollständig im 3D-Druck erzeugten Elektronik angekündigt: Im EU PENTA Projekt “Hyb-Man“ werden elf Partner aus Deutschland und den Niederlanden hybride 3D-Herstellungsverfahren entwickeln, die eine flexible und auf Anhieb fehlerfreie (‚first‑time-right‘) Produktion intelligenter Systeme ermöglichen werden. Die […]

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