Nano Dimension, developer of the Dragonfly 2020 electronics 3D printer, has collaborated with US-based manufacturer, distributer and service provider FATHOM to introduce their 3D printer to the Silicon Valley and the greater West Coast area.
Service provider FATHOM has recently announced same day and next day delivery of their 3D printed parts. Founded in 2008, the company focuses on accelerated product development to help companies go from concept to prototype to manufacturing in a way that wasn’t previously possible. Together, FATHOM and Nano Dimension will speed up electronics prototyping in the product development process.
“FATHOM is very excited to work with the Nano Dimension team because both companies share the same vision of changing the way products are designed and manufactured,” said Michelle Mihevc, FATHOM Principal and Co-Founder. “Nano Dimension is leading the way in the 3D printed electronics space and we are honored to work with them on their new product introduction for the United States.”
Dragonfly 2020 is a desktop-sized 3D printer designed specifically for the production of professional multilayer printed circuit boards (PCBs). It will allow users to build functional, multilayer circuit board prototypes in a matter of hours.
Simon Fried, Chief Business Officer, Nano Dimension, said: “FATHOM will help bring us even closer to our key customers because it is well known as one of the most creative and best performing 3D printing services companies in the country. With headquarters in San Francisco, close to the heart of the country’s electronics industry, FATHOM is well positioned to promote and service such an innovative 3D inkjet system.”