You Design & You Manufacture: Additive Manufacturing of Complex Multilayer Circuits

February 4, 2019 Robert Even

This is an era where product life cycles are shrinking and demands on PCB designers are relentless. The need for speed is clear and additive manufacturing now allows for rapid in-house iteration in complete secrecy. This session will describe the technical aspects of how 3D printing and additive manufacturing is migrating to the world of electronics and what it means for designers. Learn about the wide range of applications and real-world use cases. Additive manufacturing is the result of advanced printing and materials technologies, but what is key is that it can put a lot of control in the hands of the designer. It is an important innovation enhancer and a cornerstone in any industry 4.0 strategy.

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About the Author

Robert Even


Robert Even is Product Marketing and Business Development Manager at Nano Dimension, driving the penetration of additive manufacturing for 3D printed electronics. He has presented at conferences and Open Houses around the world, including EIPC, IDTechEx and TCT on applications of multi-material additive manufacturing for electronics and their impact on the future of design and manufacturing, covering complex geometric designs, IoT and Industry 4.0.

Robert has spent over two decades working with the PCB and inkjet industry bringing inks, printers and equipment to market in the fields of PCBs, additive manufacturing and Printed Electronics. During this time, he worked with established industry leaders, including Orbotech and Stratasys. He completed his B.Eng (Mechanical) from McGill University in Canada and his MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.

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