Phytec receives third beta unit of Nano Dimension's electronics 3D printer DragonFly 2020
Nano Dimension, a key player in the field of 3D printed electronics has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies Ltd., has delivered a DragonFly 2020 3D Printer to PHYTEC.
Based in Germany, PHYTEC Messtechnik is an industry leader in microprocessor-based solutions for the industrial embedded market, and prides itself on rapid development of the latest technologies. It has offices in Germany, France, the United States, India and China.
This marks the company's third delivery of the DragonFly 2020 3D Printer to a beta client. The DragonFly 2020 3D Printer will be installed at PHYTEC's headquarters in Mainz, Germany and will be evaluated as a way to speed up development times for critical electronics systems.
In the past several months, Nano Dimension announced the supply of its 3D printer to a leading Israeli defense company and to FATHOM, a U.S.-based advanced manufacturer with expertise in 3D printing.
"Nano Dimension receives a high level of interest from potential customers with hundreds of inquiries by companies that are interested in testing the DragonFly 2020 3D Printer," said Amit Dror, CEO of Nano Dimension. "As a part of our go-to-market strategy, we are currently focused on supplying printers for evaluation to leading companies around the world, and across key technology sectors. We believe that this will help bolster the adoption of our cutting-edge technology with many prospective customers."
"Product development in industrial applications has become very agile. Global trends like IoT create new technologies which drive innovation into almost every kind of application. Time-to-market is a key to success for our customers since new types of appliances and products are continuously invented all over the world. We are very excited to work with Nano Dimension's cutting-edge technology and hope that it will enable us to provide our customers with end-to-end solutions for shortening time-to-market and allowing rapid prototyping," said Bodo Huber, CTO of PHYTEC.