Nano Dimension collaborates with CAD MicroSolutions
Stephen LawElectronics Engineering Printable Electronics Supply Chain
Firms combine to distribute Nano Dimension’s 3D printer in Canada
Nano Dimension Ltd., a leader in the field of 3D printed electronics announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nano Dimension Technologies Ltd., intends to collaborate with CAD MicroSolutions Inc., an industry-leading service provider and distributor and develop the commercial and service infrastructure to commence sales of the DragonFly 2020 3D printer in Canada.
The Canadian electronics industry is large and well respected with strong R&D capabilities. According to a recent report the Canadian electronics industry comprised C$11 billion in 2015. Other reports forecast that the Canadian electronics industry will grow to C$15 billion by 2030. With strengths in communications and radar, control and instrumentation and increasingly in medical applications, Nano Dimension sees the Canadian market as very promising for agile hardware development tools such as the company’s DragonFly 2020 3D printer.
CAD MicroSolutions, with more than 3,000 customers, is a quality provider of design automation and 3D printing products and services to the Canadian market. CAD MicroSolutions’ team is dedicated to helping its mechanical and electronic customers ensure they are realizing the greatest value from their technology investment. Based on strong relationships with suppliers and clients, CAD MicroSolutions delivers global expertise and regional support across Canada with offices in Toronto, Cambridge and Montreal.
“CAD MicroSolutions has a track record of meeting the needs of the Canadian design automation and 3D printing communities,” said Simon Fried, Chief Business Officer of Nano Dimension. “We are delighted to collaborate with them as we introduce this exciting technology.”
“CAD MicroSolutions sees great potential for this technology in the Canadian market,” said Darren Gornall, President of CAD MicroSolutions “Faster circuit development cycles driven by the convergence of 3D printing and design automation is a significant capability for the design community.”
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