Nano Dimension has announced it will open a U.S. Customer Experience Center (CEC) in the Greater Los Angeles area in partnership with XponentialWorks, an additive manufacturing advisory company.
The new facility will be the second of several CECs set to be opened around the world as the company looks to drive the adoption of additive manufacturing for the development of electronics. These facilities will serve as customer and reseller training bases, and will be home to Nano Dimension’s sales support team.
Israel-based Nano Dimension is seeking to put to use its deep expertise and the marketplace access of XponentialWorks to grow its customer base and reseller network. The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer, which can print metal and polymer simultaneously and manufacture prototypes of professional circuit boards (PCB) and functional electronic circuits, will be installed at the California CEC. Customers and partners will thus be able to see how the machine is able to cut back on time and resources and simplify the typically complex PCB development workflow.
Founded in 2012, Nano Dimension has quickly sought to expand its presence in the additive manufacturing market globally. Its first CEC was established within its headquarters in Ness Ziona, Israel, but now the company has moved to establish new customers and new partners within North America.