Nano Dimension Signs Materials Development Deal for Its Fabrica 2.0 Micro-Mechanical 3D Printing


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Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading supplier of Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME) and multi-dimensional polymer, metal & ceramic Additive Manufacturing (AM) 3D printers, has signed an agreement with Tethon Corporation Inc. to develop new materials for its Fabrica 2.0 micro-additive manufacturing system (micro-AM).

The agreement is focused on materials with high-performance and specialty specifications, including high temperature, transparent, and carbon nano tubes.

Development of materials, along with breakthroughs in deep learning-based AI and releasing next-generation systems across Nano Dimension’s manufacturing solutions portfolio, are critical in the Company’s ambitious R&D roadmap. The Company welcomes another breakthrough going according to plan.

“Our customers have been asking for a micro-AM platform to manufacture production parts,” said Trent Allen, Chief Executive Officer of Tethon 3D. “The Fabrica 2.0 is a modern marvel of engineering and our material scientists have loved innovating with the platform to create novel materials.”

“We value our relationship with Tethon 3D and are very impressed with the progress they are making thus far,” said Dr. Jon Donner, Product Champion for the Fabrica 2.0. “The development of these materials should further open markets and applications such as electrical connectors, medical devices and microfluidic chips amongst others.”

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