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Emona offers Australia's most comprehensive range of 3D electronics printing solutions.

Voltera V-One Desktop PCB Printer

The Voltera V­-One brings quick turn PCBs to your desktop. Import your Gerber file into the Voltera software, press print, and the V-­One will bring your board to life. Use the solder paste dispensing and reflow features to mount components onto your printed board, or mount components on a pre­fabricated board with ease.


Nano-Dimension Dragonfly 2020 Pro

The DragonFly 2020 Pro system brings together an extremely precise inkjet deposition printer, high performance silver nano-particle conductive and dielectric inks as well as dedicated software, in order to bring the benefits of 3D printing to electronics professionals.

  • Simultaneous 3D printing of conductive silver nanoparticle ink (metals) and insulating inks (dielectric polymers).
  • Full range of PCB features can be 100% printed - including interconnections such as vias and through-holes - with no post processing required
  • Multilayers within 2mm thickness
  • Maximum PCB size 20 x 20 cm
  • File compatibility Gerber X274 design files
  • Enables companies to bring designs to the market more quickly, while keeping sensitive design information in-house

Optomec Aerosol Jet

Optomec's Aerosol Jet technology enables 3D printed electronics. Electronic components such as resistors, capacitors, antennas, sensors, and thin film transistors have all been printed with Aerosol Jet technology. The performance parameters of printed components, for example the ohm value of a resistor, can be controlled through printing parameters. Components can also be printed onto 3 dimensional surfaces eliminating the need for a separate substrate thereby reducing the size, thickness and weight of the end product. For example, Aerosol Jet is used to print antennas and sensors that conform to the shape of the underlying substrate such as a cell phone case.

The Aerosol Jet process supports printing on a wide variety of substrates including plastics, ceramics and metallic structures. Commercially available materials, such as nano-particle inks, have been optimized for the Aerosol Jet process to allow printing (and subsequent ink sintering) onto plastic substrates with low heat deflection temperatures.


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