Desktop 3D printer presages the future of multi-layer circuit board design

An Israel-based provider of 3D printing technologies and nano-inks is now shipping a desktop machine to beta customers that can produce multi-layer circuit boards.

Nano Dimension’s Dragonfly 2020 is a desktop 3D printer that can produce circuit board prototypes and small production runs that can cut development time from weeks to hours, according to Amit Dror, co-founder and CEO of the startup.

The Dragonfly 2020 uses an inkjet-like material deposition method followed by a heat-based curing system to create the printed circuit boards (PCBs), and it has no limit to the number of layers beyond the mechanical height of the printer’s z axis.

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from Computerworld News


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