26 Jun 2020
Voxel8 has pivoted from offering 3D printed electronics to 3D printing footware.
16 Jul 2018
They combine 3D printing (extrusion of thermoplastics) with dispensing of conductive paste (250um nozzle). The interconnects are large/wide therefore not all ICs will be compatible. This production speed is also low so it is best for low volume but high value, or prototyping.
27 Apr 2017
IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Bryony Core caught up with Jack Minardi, cofounder and Software Lead at Voxel8 to discuss the Developer's Kit and their upcoming Industrial Platform.
15 Sep 2015
Nascent Objects, Inc
They are the main direct competitor
15 Jun 2015
Extruded paste, equipment cost approx. $9000. Limited range of movement
23 Feb 2015
They combine 3D printing (extrusion of thermoplastics) with dispensing of conductive paste (250um nozzle). Cartesian claims that 'it has never seen useful demos' and does not think that Voxel8 can print 'actual circuit boards' and that their approach is mostly based on 'interconnects' over 3D printed plastic objects. These use particle-laden inks that Cartesian thinks are supplied by 'Mitsubishi Inks'.
23 Feb 2015
They combine 3D printing (extrusion of thermoplastics) with dispensing of conductive paste (250um nozzle).
18 Feb 2015
Voxel8 are bringing a machine to market that can extrude molten thermoplastic and conductive paste to create objects with conductive traces inside them.
5 Feb 2015
Voxel8 made at splash at CES 2015 when they unveiled their new 3D printer, the first of its kind, that is capable of 3D printing objects made from both plastics and conductive inks. This will spark an explosion of interest in 3D printed electronics in 2015.