nano3Dprint announced a 3D printer that enables the printing of fully realized electronic devices with seamless integration of micro-to-nanoscale materials.
The A2200 3D Multi-Materials Electronics Printer lets users easily print electronics. This desktop-sized printer features a proprietary materials dispensing system to handle functional inks and pastes. It has a side-by-side precision filament extruder that prints Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) materials (ABS, PLA, etc.) next to functional inks and pastes (Au, Ag, Cu etc.). Users can 3D print custom parts, prototypes, sensors, antennas, semiconductor equipment, medical devices, and even perform low-volume manufacturing.
The positive displacement print head can precisely meter functional inks with viscosities ranging from 1mPa·s (1 millipascal−second) up to 54,000 mPa·s (54,000 millipascal−second). It prints with inks and pastes down to 8 mils (0.20mm) trace width.
A built-in video system streams enables seamless monitoring.