Dragonfly 2020 ships

Nano Dimension, a specialist manufacturer of 3D Printed Electronics, has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies, has supplied the first DragonFly 2020 system designated for 3D circuitry and PCBs.

  • Nano Dimension ships first DragonFly 2020 System

    Nano Dimension, a specialist manufacturer of 3D Printed Electronics, has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies, has supplied the first DragonFly 2020 system designated for 3D circuitry and PCBs.

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    CEVA, a licensor of signal processing IP, has announced that Oticon, the developer behind the innovative BrainHearing technology, has licensed and deployed the RivieraWaves Bluetooth low energy (BLE) technology for use as part of the Bluetooth implementation ... Read More
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    The outsourcing of microchip and fabrication worldwide is now worth in excess of $350billion but it is an industry whose supply chain is vulnerable to those looking to install malicious circuitry. This malicious circuitry, described as a ‘Trojan Horse’ may ... Read More
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    Growth rate for European semiconductor distribution slowed down through Spring quarter. According to Distributors’ and Manufacturers’ Association of Semiconductor Specialists (DMASS), sales in the second quarter grew by 2.15% to €1.86billion over the same ... Read More





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