To meet a growing demand for rapid electronics development, Nano Dimension has developed an innovative additive manufacturing solution, the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer for electronics. This breakthrough, multi-material inkjet system, incorporates inherently incompatible nano silver with a polymer. This presentation will explain development work completed and challenges that were overcome in getting a nano silver inkjet ink and a polymer ink to work together. Issues of adhesion, conductivity, mechanical stability and repeatability of the process were all addressed and overcame in creating the world’s first 3D printed electronics solution, to create 3D circuitry that incorporates conductive and non-conductive materials, and rigid and flexible polymers. 3D printed objects produced on the DragonFly 2020 Pro include sensors, antennas, molded interconnect devices (MIDs), PCB and components with conductive geometries. This presentation will show real life applications demonstrating the many advantages of 3D printed electronics, including in-house rapid prototyping which takes designs from concept to prototype in hours, rather than weeks, as in the past. Business implications include faster time to market, improved efficiency, more innovative and agile hardware development cycles and completely new design geometries, that cannot be produced in any other way – which is game changing.