Sensors

3D printing for Electronic Sensor Prototyping

New Possibilities in Electronic Sensor Design

Additive manufacturing of sensor components opens up new possibilities for emerging applications and eliminates many design limitations, especially those related to rigid planar electrical designs.

With Nano Dimension’s DragonFly™ Pro System, it is now possible to custom 3D print sensors with either rigid or flexible surfaces. Free-form additive manufacturing also allows designers to create highly customized surface topographies to facilitate angled placement of sensor components and incorporate multiple functions in a single device. The result is a complex sensor with improved design and performance, produced in a simple workflow in-house with much lower cost and time penalties.


Other Multi-layer PCB Applications:

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Antennas and RFIDCreating Antennas & RFIDs with 3D Printing Technology

The DragonFly™ Pro System makes it possible to 3D print antennas, arrays and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags using conductive nano-particle silver and dielectric inks. This innovation enables antennas to play a role in more products and locations.

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SensorsNew Possibilities in Sensor Design

Additive manufacturing of sensor components opens up new possibilities for emerging applications and eliminates many design limitations, especially those related to rigid planar electrical designs.

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Flexible ElectronicsAdditive Manufacturing for Dual Functionality with Flexible Electronics

The DragonFly™ Pro System can 3D print rigid-flex electronic components, consisting of both rigid and flexible parts. Designs can now combine the best of both worlds — rigidity where mechanical strength is needed and flexibility where bending is required.

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Multi-layer PCBsCreate Multi-layer PCBs in One Additive Process

The DragonFly™ Pro System can 3D print rigid-flex electronic components, consisting of both rigid and flexible parts. Designs can now combine the best of both worlds — rigidity where mechanical strength is needed and flexibility where bending is required.

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