Embedded Electronics

3D Printing of Embedded Electronic Components Applications

3D Printed Embedded Electronics Improves Device Performance

To meet the demand for product miniaturization and increased functionality, designers are increasingly using components such as resistors, capacitors, sensors, LEDs and other functional electronics. This drastically increases the demand for real-estate on printed circuit board (PCB) surfaces and creates a performance ceiling dictated by space available – but not if these components can be embedded within the PCBs themselves.

3D printed electronics opens the door to a world of new component embedding capabilities. With the ability to embed signal traces and both active and passive components inside 3D parts, designers can produce prototypes with embedded sensors, antennas, complex geometries and more for simultaneous validation of form and functionality. Furthermore, 3D printing offers solutions that can enhance device performance by eliminating extra space and non-streamlined designs, thereby reducing weight, size and susceptibility to vibration or humidity.

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Embedded Electronics3D Printed Embedded Electronics Improves Device Performance

3D printed electronics opens the door to a world of new component embedding capabilities. With the ability to embed signal traces and both active and passive components inside 3D parts, designers can produce prototypes with embedded sensors, antennas, complex geometries for simultaneous functionality validation.

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ElectromagnetsRapid Prototyping of Electromagnets with 3D Printing

The DragonFly™ Pro System makes it possible to 3D print electromagnetic coils, enabling product designers to vary physical shape and size for optimized application fit.

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Molded Interconnected Devices (MIDs)New Capabilities with 3D Printed MIDs

With the ability to simultaneously 3D print dielectric polymer and conductive nano-particle silver ink with Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Pro System, conductive traces can now be printed within the insulating materials of Molded Interconnect Devices.

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