US Military Buys Additional DragonFly 3D Printers From Nano Dimension

The U.S. military has purchased two more DragonFly Pro 3D printers from Israel-based additive electronics firm Nano Dimension.

The multi-material additive manufacturing platform enables users to facilitate in-house prototyping or manufacturing of functional electronic units such as sensors, antennas, molded interconnect devices, circuit boards and other circuitry within a short time span, Nano Dimension said Tuesday.

DragonFly Pro can also simultaneously print conductive metal and dielectric polymer materials for customized and low-volume components without requiring an outside vendor.

Nano Dimension U.S. President Simon Fried said the company’s U.S. sales and marketing team collaborated with value-added resellers to extend the company’s reach to the nation’s defense industry.

Nano Dimension has currently sold four DragonFly Pro units to the U.S. armed forces after the Defense Department’s Defense Logistics Agency assigned a Commercial and Government Entity Code to the company in June.

Check Also

Smartsheet

Smartsheet Collaboration Platform Gets DISA Provisional Authorization at Impact Level 4

The Defense Information Systems Agency has granted Smartsheet provisional authorization for the company's collaborative work management platform to support at impact level 4 data in a cloud computing environment.

stock trading

Report: Public Exchange Sets $7.25 as Palantir Reference Price via Direct Listing

Denver-based software company Palantir Technologies is scheduled to debut Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange through direct listing and NSYE said the company’s listing will have a reference price of $7.25 a share, CNBC reported Tuesday.

John Mengucci CEO CACI International

CACI Gets $59M Task Order to Continue DoD Financial System Support; John Mengucci Quoted

CACI International will continue to help the Department of Defense's comptroller office manage, secure and maintain financial systems under a potential $59M task order. “CACI looks forward to providing DoD budget expertise and technology to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense with comprehensive support in modernizing and maintaining our customer’s critical mission systems," said John Mengucci, president and CEO of CACI and a 2020 Wash 100 awardee.