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Additive Electronics: Fuji and J.A.M.E.S. enter into Partnership

Fuji Corporation has partnered with J.A.M.E.S. GmbH to promote the growth of additive electronics.

J.A.M.E.S., which created an online community for the development of additively manufactured electronics (AME), is excited about this partnership. The community allows manufacturers and users* to interact and share knowledge in real time.

Fuji hopes the partnership will generate new ideas for using FPM trinity and expand the application of AME in the electronics industry. It also provides an opportunity to share information with the J.A.M.E.S. network, which could enhance the quality of Fuji products.

FPM-Trinity boasts features such as resin, circuit and component printing in one device, a digital printing process directly from CAD data and the ability to create 3D form factor devices. It also enables a sustainable manufacturing process with minimal material waste.

Fuji plans to tackle sales of the FPM-Trinity machine and further promote its additive manufacturing technology to provide solutions to industry challenges.

Find out more about Fuji Corporation at fuji.co.jp.

For more information about J.A.M.E.S., please visit j-ames.com.

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