BotFactory Tests Out New PCB 3D Printer with DIY Edge Detector Project

Four years ago, Brooklyn-based startup BotFactory successfully crowdfunded its desktop PCB factory, the interestingly named Squink, that lets users 3D print working circuit boards with conductive inks, and even fabricate circuit traces on…

BotFactory Closes $1M Investment Round

Additive manufacturing takes on many forms. While we mostly cover FDM, SLS and SLA printing at 3DPrint.com, we also cover some other interesting disruptive technologies. The Squink is a multilayer…

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — June 18, 2016

This week proved to be an exciting and busy one for the 3D printing industry, and as per usual, it was nearly impossible to cover it all. Out in Abu Dhabi,…

Squink Users: Now You Can Look Forward to Making Multi-Layered Circuits, Upgrade for Just $400

BotFactory is a more recent—and very relevant—startup that we’ve covered, as they plunged into the industry with a bang on Kickstarter with Squink, the 3D printer that allows you to integrate…

BotFactory COO Explains How Shapeways Helped Them Suck Better

Last year a small start up from Brooklyn, New York named BotFactory had their first taste of success on Kickstarter as they crowdfunded their first product, a desktop PCB factory…

BotFactory Combines 3D Printing and Circuit Boards With Squink Printer

According to UrbanDictionary.com “squink” can mean a lot of things. It can mean the sound that is produced from a squeegee on a wet window, high grade amphetamine or even…


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