Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading additive electronics provider, announced that US-based reseller, Accucode, is opening a service bureau for 3D printing of electronics, focused on serving the market with end-to-end prototyping and low-volume additive manufacturing services for electronics.
Nano Dimension also announced the sale of a second DragonFly LDM precision additive manufacturing system to Accucode. Accucode, a technology systems integrator and software development firm, now has one DragonFly system installed in its Colorado-based facility in Denver and the other in Richardson, Texas. The two DragonFly systems will support Accucode’s 3D electronics service bureau, which is currently open for business.
The DragonFly system can 3D-print conductive metal and polymer simultaneously with precision. The service bureau will deliver one-off functional boards and test them quickly. The printer also allows experimentation with unique designs not constrained by traditional PCB manufacturing processes. Services offered include products and components with integrated functionality such as printed circuit boards with side mounted and inserted components, functional capacitors, vertically stacked integrated circuits, DC-to-DC power converters, antennas and RF devices. The service bureau will be co-managed by Accucode 3D, the 3D printer division of Accucode, and The 3D Printing Store, which recently merged with Accucode 3D to offer 3D design, printing and scanning services for business and consumers.