J.A.M.E.S Unveils New Website to Showcase and Promote Knowledge of AME Technology

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J.A.M.E.S, a frontrunner in the field of Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME), is pleased to announce the launch of its new website. Following insightful feedback from partners, users, and enthusiasts, J.A.M.E.S has leveraged this feedback to construct a contemporary website that will appeal to larger numbers and promote knowledge of AMEtechnology. The new website encompasses various features and improvements that make it more intuitive, user-friendly, and informative.

The main objective of launching the new website is to captivate a wider audience, raising awareness about the latest advancements in 3D printed electronics and AME technology. Moreover, the innovative designs will showcase the cutting-edge developments of the portfolio of AME applications. By aligning with J.A.M.E.S's mission to make AME technology accessible for all, the website's layout mirrors this commitment towards simplifying complex concepts and creating a user-friendly interface for everyone's benefit.

J.A.M.E.S's new website offers several features that provide numerous benefits for both partners and users. With its rapid development of additively manufactured electronics, the company is at the lead of this emerging technology. The platform enables partners to easily showcase their products and technology, providing them with more exposure to professionals in the AME field. Users can access informative news articles, publications, and tools about 3D printing electronics through the J.A.M.E.S website. And contribute their insights, positioning the website as an indispensable resource for staying up to date on all information related to AME.

'Our goal is to create a comprehensive platform that brings all our partners in one place, enabling them to showcase their strengths and promote themselves easily. We strive to concentrate on news and articles centered around 3D printing electronics to provide information. In addition, the community members can share their knowledge and research outcomes while staying in touch with our partners.' said Andreas Müller, the CEO of J.A.M.E.S. 'Our ultimate objective at J.A.M.E.S is to become the primary point of contact for AME by creating a perfect tool that allows everyone involved in pushing the AME technological advancement forward together seamlessly.'

J.A.M.E.S is proud to be a pioneer of additively manufactured electronics and is devoted to delivering an unparalleled user experience. The new website is evidence of J.A.M.E.S's dedication to achieving this goal while driving the advancement of AME with its inventive platform.


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