April 28, 2014
The printer’s way to add circuits to your designs is none other than adding a 1.37mm head that prints on a conductive material made from graphite paste. The normal head prints on plastic, and this second head adds the necessary connections to each piece. Obviously, not only cables live a device. The creators of the printer have used an Arduino board as a controller for the remote.
Rabbit Proto, in fact, is an open source project. Its software is free, and the creators of the printer have conceived it as a module that can be installed inside any RepRap printer, although they also offer a complete kit for those who do not have a 3D printer at hand. The basic module to print circuits for $ 350 can be booked on the project website. The complete printer costs $ 2,499.
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