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The coveted IDTechEx Award for Nano Dimension (photo: Nano Dimension)

Nano Dimension’s multi-material 3D printing inks earn Technical Development Materials Award from IDTechEx

Nano Dimension Ltd. (Ness Ziona, Israel), a leading additive electronics provider, announced its breakthrough multi-material 3D printing inks have been awarded the IDTechEx Award for Technical Development Materials. The award was presented by Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx, at the annual “IDTechEx Show!” Europe awards ceremony. The prestigious honour marks the third award for Nano Dimension since launching the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D printer in September 2017.


Continuous film with printed biosensors: Fraunhofer IBMT has developed a convenient roll-to-roll process (photo: Fraunhofer IBMT)

Fraunhofer IBMT presents easy printing of biosensors made of graphene

Cell-based biosensors can simulate the effect of various substances, such as drugs, on the human body in the laboratory. Depending on the measuring principle, though, producing them can be expensive. As a result, they are often not used. Cost factors for sensors that perform measurements electrically are the expensive electrode material and complex production. Fraunhofer scientists are now producing biosensors with graphene electrodes cheaply and simply in roll-to-roll printing. A system prototype for mass production already exists.


A 3D-printed object combining dielectric and conductive materials, replacing traditional MID processes (photo: Nano Dimension)

Nano Dimension introduces world’s first on-demand 3D-printed electronics service

Nano Dimension (Ness Ziona, Israel), a leading additive electronics provider, recently announced the immediate availability of the world’s first 3D-printed electronics online service, giving designers and engineers unprecedented access to develop smart, electrified objects, including those that cannot be produced by any other method today.


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