Nano Dimension expands its North American presence

Dec. 8, 2017

Ness Ziona, Israel. Nano Dimension has announced that it teamed up with XponentialWorks and is opening a U.S. Customer Experience Center (CEC) in the Los Angeles area. This California location will be the second of several Nano Dimension CECs planned worldwide to accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing for electronics development. Nano Dimension’s CECs also serve as customer and reseller training facility and sales support centers.

With this move, Nano Dimension’s plans to leverage the expertise, presence, and marketplace access of XponentialWorks to expand Nano Dimension’s customer base and reseller network. XponentialWorks was founded by additive-manufacturing pioneer Avi Reichental who was also recently named cochair of Nano Dimension’s board of directors.

The new California CEC will feature the commercially-available DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer, a 3D printer for professional electronics manufacturing that enables designers and engineers to 3D-print metal and polymer simultaneously to achieve in-house prototyping of professional printed circuit boards (PCB) and functional electronic circuits. At the CEC, customers and partners will be able to experience first-hand how the DragonFly 2020 Pro can eliminate many of the complex workflow processes, as well as time and resources, that would otherwise be required to create a PCB prototype using traditional methods.

Nano Dimension’s DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer for professional electronics enables companies to take control of their development cycles by bringing prototyping and small-batch manufacturing in-house. The printer enables the 3D-printing of functional electronic objects such as professional PCB prototypes, antennas, molded interconnect devices, and other electronics.

“North America is one of the most important additive-manufacturing markets,” said Amit Dror, CEO of Nano Dimension. “With the opening of our second CEC, we are making it possible for our customers to immediately access and work with our products first hand, so that our clients can experience how our printers can cut their design and manufacturing cycles and enhance their competitive advantage,” concluded Dror.

“As we grow our business across the United States, we couldn’t be happier to plug into the XponentialWorks ecosystem, and leverage their vast network to expand our sales support and training on the West Coast,” said Simon Fried, chief business officer and cofounder of Nano Dimension. “We plan to immediately begin to host targeted events for marquee customers, hold reseller training and recruiting activities, and curate thought-leadership conferences designed to bring together a variety of relevant industries to experience the power and promise of additive manufacturing for electronics.”

http://www.nano-di.com/dragonfly-2020-pro

www.xponentialworks.com

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