Posted July 25th, 2014
Household 3D-printers are convenient, fabricating all manner of necessary knick-knacks from broken shower curtain rings to toothpaste tube rollers. A team of engineers from NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering decided there was a need to impart this same manner of convenience into the world of electric circuit design. And so, they created the Squink, a desk-side, personal factory for prototyping electronic circuits by printing and assembling circuits onto flexible or rigid substrates. Read more.