Voltera PCB Printing Guide
Explore our comprehensive Voltera PCB Printing Guide – working with custom inks, offering insights into industrial PCB printing, its advantages, and disadvantages.
Creating fresh opportunities
Electronics of the future will be affordable, light, flexible, and built into structures. These opportunities are made possible by our platforms, giving us a competitive edge.
Providing material freedom
With the freedom that additive technology provides for inks and substrates, new applications in wearable electronics, biomedical technology, printed sensors, and other areas have been made possible.
Reducing iteration duration
Comparing digital, additive prototyping to other techniques, it is quick. Iterate designs without having to spend money or wait for tooling, which lowers costs and expedites design results.
Solutions to issues you weren’t even aware of!
There are no contract manufacturers, no minimum order requirements, reduced entry costs, simpler machinery, and greater design freedom.
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Discover our extensive Voltera PCB Printing Guide, which delves into the realm of industrial PCB printing, presenting valuable information about its benefits and drawbacks.
Desktop-sized PCB Prototyping
Drills through-holes, supplies solder paste, prints traces with conductive ink, and includes a built-in reflow bed. Quickly test concepts and iterate within hours.
Professional PCB Prototyping
Platform for high-resolution electronics that hastens the completion of research and development. Open the doors to the potential of a variety of practical materials and screen-printable inks.
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