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At home circuit printing. Faster than ordering a pizza.

Argentum

These days, you can print just about anything!  From chess sets to food, 3D printing and immediate in-house fabrication is everywhere.  The FDA has even cleared a drug company to create the world’s first 3D printed drug.  And for all you makers and tinkerers out there, the last bastion of at-home printing has arrived (ok, there may be others): circuit printing.  A new company called Cartesian has created (one of) the world’s first circuit printers, the Argentum.  Who wants to wait 3 weeks to get a PCB just to find out you missed a tracing?  Now, you can etch your own PCB’s in the comfort of your solarium (everyone’s got a solarium, right?).  Check out their website for more details! 


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