Nano Dimension Ltd., an industry leading provider of Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME)/PE (Printed Electronics) systems, announced the launch of its next-generation DragonFly LDM 2.0 system, a comprehensive update to the flagship product that introduces improved print quality, optimized ink utilization and smarter management for printer uptime. The DragonFly LDM system uses digital files and simultaneous 3D-printing of dielectric and conductive materials to rapidly produce high-performance multilayered electronic devices (Hi-PEDs: Hi-Performance Electronic Devices).
The DragonFly LDM 2.0 update consists of hardware and embedded software upgrades that provide improved user experience, including optimized ink utilization, improved print quality with print-head calibration and nozzle cancellation wizards, as well as improved printer uptime with better maintenance system design and semi-automatic calibrations. Nano Dimension customers with service contracts are eligible to receive the DragonFly 2.0 update at no cost. Approximately 68% of the company’s customers worldwide already upgraded the early-bird DragonFly Pro machines to the previous release of DragonFly LDM systems.
The DragonFly LDM system is used in a range of industries, including academic and research institutions, defense, aerospace, aviation, autonomous automotive, robotics, and advanced medical applications. Its ability to enable on-site proof of concept and prototyping of advanced designs in a matter of hours instead of weeks; create special PCBs and Hi-PEDs with better performance; reduce the size and weight of electronic devices; enable innovation and protect IP, which is critically important, represents a paradigm shift in how industry and research institutions will research, develop, and produce Hi-PEDs.
Sales of the new DragonFly LDM 2.0 system are expected to begin June 1, 2021.