Nano Dimension Continues U.S. Expansion


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Nano Dimension Ltd. has appointed Computer Aided Technology, LLC (CATI), a professional product development solutions provider, as a reseller in the United States, further extending its international network of partners across the globe. CATI has also purchased a DragonFly Pro additive manufacturing system and will make the technology available to its large customer base across the nation. 

CATI’s portfolio includes Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation, Stratasys and Desktop Metal 3D printing solutions. With this new partnership, CATI expands its existing portfolio of engineering and manufacturing solutions. The DragonFly Pro offers the unique capability of combining metal and polymer in a single print, to enable IP-secure, in-house manufacturing or prototyping of advanced electronics such as sensors, antennas, molded interconnect devices, printed circuit boards and another innovative circuitry.

“One of the first questions we ask ourselves is how can CATI broaden its product portfolio to deliver new technologies and innovations and offer solutions to genuine business challenges,” said Rich Werneth, President of Computer Aided Technology. “The ability to enable electrical engineers to test their design changes faster and reduce time to market along with protecting intellectual property makes Nano Dimension’s technology the perfect system for keeping up with the change in a growing and evolving electronics industry.”

“We are delighted to have CATI on board. Our partners play a critical role in accelerating our worldwide growth. Adding a company renowned for offering outstanding technology and professional support to our channel partner network shows our commitment to strengthening our reach and widening access to the DragonFly Pro,” said Tim Sheehan, VP global sales and customer care at Nano Dimension. “Additive manufacturing can impact development of all types of products that require electronics, closing the gap for quick turnaround time and accelerating manufacturing for many companies.”

Integrating an extremely precise inkjet deposition printer with dedicated nano-inks and optimized 3D software, the award-winning DragonFly Pro is transforming additive manufacturing for electronics development by enabling companies to take control of their entire development cycle.

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