Squink, to 3D printing the components of Circuit Board

It is now clear that, 3D printing has changed the way engineers test products, allowing them to cut down on time and costs.
Within this universe, we have Squink, a portable circuit board factory that allows you to test your project in minutes in the comfort of your home; costing around $2 to print.
For those who are unfamiliar, Squink prints conductive ink on specific materials such as photo paper or glass.
The circuit board is designed through a web-based portal usable only with Squink plugged in. The printer applies conductive glue dots onto the ink and then picks up components from a tray, aligns them and places them on the glue dots.

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