3D Printing Industry | 9/5/2019 | Anas Essop
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nScrypt, a Florida-based manufacturer of micro-dispensing and 3D printing equipment, has delivered its SmartPump tool head to an undisclosed electronics manufacturer for use on its factory floor.

This micro-dispensing tool enables multi-material 3D printing, allowing fabrication of smart and microfluidic devices.

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nScrypt’s SmartPump and print results. Image via nScrypt.

Since its founding in 2002, nScrypt has focused on additive manufacturing and micro-dispensing. Micro-dispensing involves depositing droplets of ink in volumes of less than one microliter. This process facilitates multi-material 3D printing, which has been incorporated in nScrypt’s hybrid gantry system. Micro-dispensing also allows the fabrication of smart devices, conformal antennas, and microfluidic devices.

SmartPump - Proven - Pump - Material - Range

The SmartPump is a proven, rugged micro-dispensing pump with leading material range, volume control and dimensional size of prints. Last year, a patent was awarded to the company for a new high-speed micro additive manufacturing method that enables a wider material palette or technology capable of 3D printing onto a range of shaped surfaces. It can dispense more than 10,000 commercially available materials with volume control up to 20 picoliters.

While the smallest competitive pen tips are 100 microns, the SmartPump nTip achieved the smallest commercially available diameter of 10 microns....
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