3D Printing Q&A with Simon Fried
Nano Dimension's innovative hardware, dedicated nano-inks, and novel software open new possibilities for a wide range of research and development, prototyping, and custom manufacturing projects. Design and engineering teams no longer have to wait weeks or months for a PCB prototype—the DragonFly 2020 PCB 3D Printer is enabling agile electronics in ways not previously possible. Designers and engineers can test and iterate on the fly for superior product development. [ Recorded August 9, 2017 ] In this webinar, Simon Fried of Nano Dimension and Rich Stump of FATHOM discuss how the DragonFly 2020 3D prints electrically functional circuitry and what organizations are doing with it. For information on the latest version recently unveiled—a larger form factor system than its desktop version—read this featured blog post that includes a video.
"The 3D revolution led to significant change in how object, mechanical parts, and housings are developed. Flexibility and iterations are now taken for granted. This ability to develop freely, iteratively, and without constraints is now coming to the electronics community."—Fried