Nano Dimension to develop 3D printed electronics with South Korean tech hub

Beau Jackson October 28th 2019

3D printed electronics provider Nano Dimension, headquartered in Israel, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with South Korean technology innovation hub Chungbuk Technopark (CBTP). A multi-year agreement, the two organizations will work to streamline the electronics manufacturing process chain. Products of the collaboration will benefit various areas of the region’s electronics industry, covering consumer goods, transportation, energy, bio-health and smart IT (e.g. IoT type devices). Nano Dimension’s DragonFly additive manufacturing system will be at the core of their work.

Founded in 2014, Nano Dimension provides hardware, materials and software to 3D print embedded, multilayer and non-planar electronics. The complete package from the company provides manufacturers with a faster and more cost-effective solution to PCB/electronic product development. Eventually, the company envisions it will also be able to apply its technology to the end-use production of custom, electronic devices.

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