ELECTRONIC ALCHEMY launches campaign for the First Electronics 3D Printer
Today, ELECTRONIC ALCHEMY , a startup that emerged from university research launched a crowdfunding campaign for their eForge electronics 3D Printer. It is designed for makers, students and professionals and is now available on Kickstarter starting at the super early bird price of $3,999.
eForge is the first electronics 3D Printer that prints on demand new proprietary filaments that were developed from research sponsored by NASA. It also prints standard filaments like ABS and PLA with precision. The team led by Dr. Chance Glenn has developed an easy-to-use tool that can print up to 8 multi-materials.
“eForge is a tool to enable creativity. Imagine what people can do once they realize the power they will possess with this product. I can’t wait to see it.” ~Co-Creator, Dr. Chance Glenn
This new standard for printing collaborated with Autodesk to utilize a platform that takes standard modeling files like .stl or .obj,, then with a gcode slicer it can print virtually any 3D printer filament. Additionally, the multi-material extruder system uses automatic lifting smart nozzles to control contamination in every print.
- The only 3D Printer that prints electronic materials
- Achieves precision and speed with modified Bowden extruder system
- Compact and contained to fit in workshops, classrooms and studios.
eForge’s Kicks tarter campaign runs from October 15 to November 21. For a full rundown of the pledge levels visit their Kickstarter page. Media wishing to interview their personnel should contact Ms. Latonia Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org