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Creating a homemade PCB with the Voltera V-One PCB Printer?

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beanflying:
Spoiler alert  - still not even close to a good thing but maybe later  :-//

sleemanj:
You can get a lot of boards manufactured and express shipped for that price.

I struggle to see a market for this myself, but I guess there probably is one, I suppose there might be less health and safety issues with using a device like this rather than either chemical etching or routing.  But it's certainly slower, much much more expensive, and less capable electrically :-/

beanflying:
Some of the parts of its dispenser operation are interesting beyond the actual device. Precision Solder dispensing with an old 3D printer might be fun to play with for those with a 'spare' (I do own one and three working ones) :palm:

There was the Vegemite dispenser locally made a while back https://www.eevblog.com/forum/chat/3d-printing-vegemite-electronics-on-breadboard/msg2026597/#msg2026597

and this spin off. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD_9q5096zI&feature=youtu.be

Zucca:
I think your post is not correct, talking about PCB in an Off Topic section?  :-DD

beanflying:

--- Quote from: Zucca on February 01, 2021, 12:45:01 pm ---I think your post is not correct, talking about PCB in an Off Topic section?  :-DD

--- End quote ---

Stirrer  :-DD

As it is perhaps a fail as a PCB maker (so far) it is more of a CNC/3DP topic. I have sketched up on paper a paste dispenser before and I was looking at putting it on my old one. Like a lot of things on 'the list' likely to stay in the sketchbook for a while yet  :palm:

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