Voltera's circuit board printer enables electronics to be prototyped within minutes, eliminating the frustrations with traditional fabrication processes and drastically reducing hardware development time.
It might be shocking to learn that the method for creating the circuit boards that power the world around us has hardly changed in almost 50 years. Just like software development, well designed hardware takes many iterations to build; unlike software however, there is no ‘compile’ button to immediately test results.
It doesn’t matter if you need ten thousand boards for production or just one for testing, you’re still paying the same set-up costs and still waiting several weeks for it to arrive – and that’s for each iteration!
By putting the factory on your desk, the Voltera V-One allows you to go from a design on your computer to a board in your hands in an hour rather than weeks!
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