Making the Case for Nano Dimensions Disruptive 3D Printer Technology

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In this episode of CEOLIVE.TV we’re joined by Mr. Ofir Baharav a Director who sits on the Board at Nano Dimension, which trades on the NASDAQ under ticker NNDM.

Mr. Baharav, currently a partner in Stratus Venture Group, has served in a range of senior roles in the 3D printing sector and has extensive experience working with the venture capital community in Silicon Valley.

He gained experience in the 3D printing industry as Vice President, Product Portfolio for Stratasys. He also founded Xjet and served as the company’s CEO for six years, where he raised $60M. Previously, Mr. Baharav founded and sold a healthcare technology company, Healinx, to McKesson for $50M.

Mr. Baharav is named on more than 10 software and hardware patents and holds an MBA from Warwick Business School.

In the interview he explains that Nano dimensions is delivering the 10X factor on two of the critical dimensions for its customers and that as investors we sometimes underestimate its importance.

Nano has created a 3D printer dedicated to printing multi-layer printed circuit boards or PCBs, called the Dragonfly 2020 that will benefit engineers and companies looking to rapidly prototype circuit board designs.

With 56% of all worldwide 3D printing revenue projected to be driven by demand for faster and cheaper prototypes there will be a growing need for innovative solutions like the Dragonfly 2020 3D printer.

And with global 3D printing sales predicted to reach $35 billion by 2020, Nano’s patented 3D printing technology seems well positioned to grab market share and build value for shareholders.

To learn more about them please visit their website at

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Mike Elliott


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