Voxel8 3D Electronics Printer for UMD Maker Spaces!
Maker Bots have revolutionized the way that we prototype our designs and make projects from our mind into a reality. Voxel8 exists to disrupt the design and manufacture of electronic devices and personal projects by allowing the design of parts containing conductive ink.
The 3D printers we have at UMD, while incredibly useful, are constrained to printing thermoplastics or UV resins. Using Voxel8’s 3D printer, you can co-print matrix materials such as thermoplastics and highly conductive silver inks enabling customized electronic devices like quadcopters, electromagnets and fully functional 3D electromechanical assemblies. This is on the bleeding edge of technology right now. If University of Maryland Students were rolling out projects using this device, we would be doing things that no else has done yet. Engineering students across the entire country would be showing their friends project blogs of UMD students, and the reputation of University of Maryland would skyrocket, putting our name in the list of the absolute top notch technology contenders.
If you're ready to rapidly embed 3D circuitry in your projects and take UMD to a place it has never been, then sign this petition, and let's upgrade our maker spaces to the cutting edge level of innovation that will take us to the next level!