Wednesday, January 07, 2015

Crazy Cool

The Internet of Anything: The 3-D Printer That Can Spit Out Custom Electronics | WIRED:

Mechanically, the company’s printer isn’t that different from a MakerBot or one of the dozens of other 3-D printers now on the market. The real breakthrough is the conductive ink the printer uses to print electronic circuits. The ink has a toothpaste-like consistency and unlike something like solder, it can be pushed through a nozzle at room temperature.

This is starting to get interesting.

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