Following the completion of its contracted two year engagement under the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Research Scheme, Edison Investment Research is terminating coverage on Nano Dimension (NNDM). Please note you should no longer rely on any previous research or estimates for this company. All forecasts should now be considered redundant.
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Nano Dimension commenced roll-out of its commercial-grade DragonFly Pro printers during H217. Since then it has sold 10 printers, some of which have been purchased by resellers for demonstration purposes. This is a key aspect of Nano Dimension’s programme to educate potential customers about the novel applications for the technology. Noting that FY18 sales will be skewed to H2, we leave our estimates and indicative valuation broadly unchanged at US$4.16/ADS (NIS2.98/ordinary share).
Nano Dimension commenced commercial roll-out during H217 and has sold eight commercial grade DragonFly Pro printers so far. While there is considerable interest in the technology for structural electronics applications in addition to PCB prototyping, customers remain cautious about committing to purchase. We therefore reduce our estimates again and cut our indicative valuation from US$6.39/ADS to US$4.16ADS.
Q317 marked Nano Dimension’s first sale of a commercial-grade printer, the DragonFly Pro, which was to global manufacturing services giant, Jabil. In general, however, the sales cycle is proving much longer than management originally anticipated, so we are revising our estimates downwards to reflect a more cautious commercial roll-out and cutting our indicative valuation from US$7.04/ADS to US$6.39/ADS.
Nano Dimension has combined techniques from 3D printing and nanotechnology inks to develop an innovative system that revolutionises printed circuit board (PCB) prototyping, enabling designers to bring the process in house. This reduces time to market and ensures that IP security is not compromised. During Q217, the company successfully completed its beta test programme, meeting management’s stated timescales and preparing the way for early commercial sales in H217.This progression to commercial
Nano Dimension rounded off Q217 with the delivery of four printers to its final batch of beta site customers, bringing the total to 16. It has met its stated goal of completing the beta test phase in mid-2017 and is scheduled to commence early commercial sales in Q317. This keeps it on track to deliver a total of 50 printers during the year, around 35 to commercial customers. We leave our estimates unchanged; only adjusting our EPADS estimates to reflect the dilutive impact of the two equity pla
Q117 was another very successful quarter for Nano Dimension as it delivered its second batch of six DragonFly systems to potential customers for evaluation. The company appears on track to complete the beta testing phase in mid-2017 and to deliver 50 printers during FY17. We leave our estimates and valuation broadly unchanged.
Nano Dimension has hit its Q117 target of six printer deliveries to beta site customers. This confirms it is on track to complete the beta testing phase in mid-2017 and to deliver a total of 50 printers during the year, around 35 to commercial customers. We leave estimates and valuation unchanged.
FY16 was a very successful year for Nano Dimension as it delivered the first six DragonFly systems to potential customers for evaluation and raised US$13.8m (gross) to provide finance as it moves into the commercial phase of development. The company appears on track to complete the beta testing phase in mid-2017 and to deliver 50 printers during FY17. We leave our estimates and valuation broadly unchanged.
Nano Dimension has concluded FY16 in style with the shipment of two more DragonFly 3D printers to beta-phase customers. This brings the total of systems shipped during the year to six, reaching management’s target for number of deliveries. We leave our estimates and valuation unchanged.
Q3 was an exciting quarter for Nano Dimension as it delivered its first DragonFly systems to potential customers for evaluation and raised US$13.8m (gross) to provide finance as it moves into the commercial phase of development. The company appears on track to complete the beta testing phase mid-2017 and to deliver 50 printers during FY17. However, we have revised our estimates down to model the impact of moving to a leasing model during the beta test phase while leaving our indicative valuation
Nano Dimension has announced that it is to raise US$12.0m (gross) through a placing of 1.85m new American Depositary Shares (ADSs) at US$6.50/ADS (a c 18% discount to Tuesday’s opening price). In addition, it has granted the underwriters a 45-day over-allotment option to purchase up to 277,500 additional ADSs at the public offering price. Assuming the full exercise of the over-allotment option, the gross proceeds may reach $13.8m. We will update our estimates once the offer has completed on 30 S
Nano Dimension has combined techniques from 3D printing and nanotechnology inks to develop an innovative system that revolutionises PCB prototyping, enabling designers to bring the process in-house. This reduces time to market and ensures that IP security is not compromised. The company also has earlier stage developments for structural electronics, batch manufacture of PCBs and printing human tissue.
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