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Nano Dimension presents new Developments in the Micro-Additive Manufacturing Sector

Nano Dimension Ltd, a leading provider of 3D printers for additively manufactured electronics and multidimensional polymer, metal & ceramic materials, recently announced it will showcase several new developments to its Fabrica Micro-Additive Manufacturing (Micro-AM) solutions at Formnext (November 7-10, Frankfurt). These include new systems and materials, both in-house and from third-party suppliers.

Previously, Nano Dimension’s Micro-AM product line primarily included a single system. Recently, the company has expanded its portfolio to introduce the Tera 250, Tera 25, Giga 250 and Giga 25 models. The main difference between the Tera and Giga models is the installation space. The smaller Giga models are aimed at prototyping applications, while the larger Tera models are designed for higher volume production.

Of particular note is the micrometer resolution of the devices, which is especially appreciated by OEMs, micro manufacturers and research centers. The devices offer impressive specifications in terms of optical resolution, tolerance accuracy and surface roughness.

Also worth mentioning is the latest range of materials from Nano Dimension. They present the P-900 and P-910 from the “Performance” series, the D-810 and D-820 from the “Durable” series and the T-700 from the “Transparent” series. Each material series has its own special properties and application areas, from high-performance applications to mass production and medical devices.

Another notable move by the company is the introduction of an open system material policy. This means that users of its machines will be able to use a wide range of materials for a variety of applications, and the company will certify both its own and third-party materials.

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