Nano Dimension Expands EMEA Presence


Reading time ( words)

Nano Dimension Ltd. has signed contracts with two EMEA-based resellers to market Nano Dimension’s award-winning DragonFly Pro additive manufacturing platform for printed electronics, in Belgium, the Netherlands,  Luxemburg (the Benelux region) and Israel. Belgium-based SEIDO Systems and Israel-based SU-PAD join Nano Dimension’s thriving partner ecosystem across the globe. In addition, Nano Dimension announced that SEIDO Systems will purchase a DragonFly Pro system, which will be used for demonstrations and for training.

The addition of these two leading resellers deepens and widens Nano Dimension’s reach within the aerospace, defense, automotive, medical and commercial products sectors and strengthen its channel network in EMEA. Over the past year, Nano Dimension has been expanding its footprint with the appointment of leading resellers in EMEA, the United States and Asia, and has been shipping DragonFly Pro systems to customers around the world.

“The addition of these best-in-class resellers expands our partner coverage in new geographies, enabling us to better service local demand and provide more opportunities for product developers and electrical engineers to exploit the advantages of multi-material additive manufacturing for prototyping and short run manufacturing,” said Amit Dror, CEO Nano Dimension.  “We are already seeing many new applications among our customer base in a wide range of industries, including defense, aerospace and consumer products.”

With locations in Belgium and the Netherlands, SEIDO Systems specializes in reselling Stratasys 3D printers and 3D production systems regionally to companies looking to harness 3D technologies for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing. The addition of the DragonFly Pro to its portfolio enhances the services it offers while accelerating product development and production processes into digital transformation and industry 4.0 for its customers.

“We’ve been offering 3D printing solutions for years now, and to be able to add multi-material additive manufacturing capabilities into the mix -- combining metals and polymers in one print job -- will be game-changing for our customers and enables us to tackle a wider range of customer demands,” said Karl Wallecan, Manager at SEIDO Systems.

SU-PAD has over 20 years’ experience as a leading provider of professional additive manufacturing and automation solutions to a wide range of industries. As an existing reseller for Stratasys and Desktop Metal, the addition of DragonFly Pro to SU-PAD’s product line further boosts its existing additive manufacturing product portfolio to include the unique capability of combining conductive and dielectric materials in one print, enabling time and cost savings as well as agile development processes.

“The DragonFly Pro offers amazing functionality for electronics and great time savings,” said Ziv Sadeh, VP of Sales and Marketing at SU-PAD. “Companies can now have a complete solution, which is perfect for engineers looking for an in-house solution for rapid prototyping and custom manufacturing.”

Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Pro 3D printer transforms electronics development by helping companies reinvent their development processes and their products. The high-resolution system lets designers and engineers 3D print metal and polymer simultaneously. This technology enables IP-secure, in-house manufacturing or prototyping of HD functional electronics such as sensors, antennas, molded interconnect devices, printed circuit boards and another innovative circuitry.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

SMTA Additive Electronics Conference: Industry Trends

10/10/2019 | I-Connect007
Mainstream PCB manufacturing is often limited to 50-75 microns (mm) line and space. But the electronics industry is evolving quickly. Propelled by the demand for more sophisticated electronics, PCB design is being tasked with finer lines, thinner materials, and smaller via sizes.

Additive Electronics Conference Set for October 2019

09/18/2019 | I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Tara Dunn, president of Omni PCB and I-Connect007 columnist, and Lenora Clark, director of autonomous driving and safety technology at MacDermid Alpha Automotive, discuss what can be expected from the upcoming Additive Electronics Conference in San Jose, California, the impetus and motivation behind the conference, and who can benefit the most from attending.

Weaving Advocacy into E-Textiles

09/18/2019 | Kelly Scanlon, director, EHS policy and research
Electronic textiles (e-textiles) – fabrics that have electronics embedded in them to achieve certain functions – are of growing interest in the electronics manufacturing industry, and thus they are of growing interest to the IPC Government Relations team as well.



Copyright © 2019 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.