Kit Turns Basic Printers Into Circuit Board Factories [Video]

Kit Turns Basic Printers Into Circuit Board Factories [Video]
technology

A Japanese company has developed special conductive ink that let people draw or print their own circuit boards.

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 10 march 2014

For some, a printer is a vital office accessory, while for others it can be a physical manifestation of the struggle between man and non-functioning technology. Still, the machines have been evolving at an alarming rate with the innovations of 3D printing. Still, for those looking to create circuit board AgIC Print offers them a way to do it using an ordinary ink printer.

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