The lab will allow customers and researchers to design new classes of AME using Nano Dimension's DragonFly IV 3D-Printer and FLIGHT software through the collaboration that centers on TTM's expertise in the printed circuit board industry, as well as in composition and manufacturing techniques, according to a statement.
The financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed.
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