Additive electronics provider Nano Dimension has completed the sale of two DragonFly Pro 3D printers to the US Army.
Sold to two different branches of the armed forces, the DragonFly deals were closed a few weeks after the company was awarded the US Government Certified Vendor status.
The sales were concluded by TriMech Solutions and Fathom, the two US value-added resellers working under Nano Dimension.
Nano Dimension USA president Simon Fried said: “Nano Dimension continues to strengthen its position in the US market, particularly in the US defence sector.
“These sales to tier one customers demonstrate the attractiveness of our additive manufacturing solution. The ability to create functional circuit prototypes quickly and securely in-house is a key factor in the increasing adoption of our solution in the multi-billion-dollar US defence sector.
“Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Pro 3D Printer makes it possible to 3D-print radically new designs and improve workflows by leveraging the agility of additive manufacturing.
“The defence sector is highly motivated to enable additive manufacturing in the field by bypassing traditional manufacturing processes.”
Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Pro 3D printer is used to transform electronics development by allowing companies to reinvent their development processes along with their products.
Featuring a high-resolution system, the printer enables designers and engineers to 3D-print both metal and polymer simultaneously.
Furthermore, the new printer technology facilitates Internet Protocol (IP)-secure, in-house production or prototyping of functional electronics such as sensors, antennas, moulded interconnect devices, and printed circuit boards.