Like Minds Print 3D Touch Sensor
By Mat Dirjish
Additively manufactured electronics (AME)/printed electronics (PE) provider Nano Dimension Ltd. and polymer manufacturer REHAU announce success in printing a 3D touch sensor. Via the newly emerging 3D sensor, REHAU can transform polymer products into back-lit human-machine-interface surfaces. REHAU is on a mission (“Electronics into Polymers”) to make their premium polymer products smarter and increase their value by seamlessly integrating electronics.
Printing was via the Nano Dimension’s DragonFly LDM, an additive manufacturing machine, capable of round-the-clock 3D printing of electronic circuity in unique and non-standard shapes. For more info, visit REHAU and Nano Dimension.
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