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The Voltera V-One creates prototype circuit boards on your desk. Gerber files go in, printed circuit boards come out. Find out more at http://www.voltera.io - Build Hardware Faster!
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2018
29 Nov 2018

Voltera

Update from IDTechEx Show! USA 2018
14 Nov 2018

Printed Electronics' Missing Link

Voltera, Canada
6 Nov 2018

Canada representation again strong at this year's IDTechEx Show!

The annual IDTechEX Show! will take place this coming November 14 and 15 in Santa Clara, CA, with another strong Canadian delegation set to attend.
21 Aug 2018

Discovering the latest innovations at 3D Printing USA 2018

The IDTechEx Show! presents 3D Printing USA 2018 in Santa Clara on November 14 & 15, which offers the opportunity for key innovators and end users across several verticals to share their insights and expertise in the leading edge of additive manufacturing. IDTechEx forecasts the total market value of 3D printers, materials and services will be $22 billion by 2028.
23 Jun 2018

Bridging the gap between traditional and printed electronics

The Voltera V-One is a PCB Printer for early circuit board prototyping and PE experimentation.
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25 Apr 2018

Voltera

Update from IDTechEx Show! Berlin 2018.
11 Apr 2018

Printed Electronics' Missing Link

Voltera, Canada
25 Mar 2018

Voltera

Voltera was started by three cofounders working as electrical PCB designers, Alroy Almeida, James Pickard and Jesus Zozoya in 2013.
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9 Jan 2018

Printing nanoparticle based conductive ink

The Voltera V-One creates prototype circuit boards on your desk.
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2017
13 Dec 2017

Report on IDTechEx Show! USA 2017

The following article summarises some of the key observations made by IDTechEx analysts during the IDTechEx Show! It contains details of many of the companies demonstrating products during the exhibition, notable presentations given and summaries of relevant conversations and recent updates.
16 Nov 2017

The Rise Of Rapid Printed Electronics

Voltera, Canada
16 Nov 2017

IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2017 Award Winners

At the 14th IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA conference and exhibition held in Santa Clara on November 15-16, four organizations were honored for their great achievements in developing and commercializing printed electronics technologies.
11 May 2017

The Rise Of Rapid Printed Electronics

Voltera, Canada
20 Apr 2017

Ontario Government recognizes flexible and printable electronics

The Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association has secured funding support from the Government of Ontario's Ministry of Economic Development and Growth - the first provincial government in Canada to recognize the value of this manufacturing sector to the nation's innovation-driven economy.
22 Mar 2017

Unparalleled market insights of 3D printing at the IDTechEx Show! -

IDTechEx are delighted to be back in Berlin on 10-11 May for the annual 3D Printing Europe event and offers the opportunity for key innovators and end-users across several verticals to share their insights and expertise in the leading edge of additive manufacturing
2015
15 Jun 2015

Pulse Electronics

Extruded paste, equipment cost approx. $1500. Limited range of movement
14 Apr 2015

Will Printed Electronics & 3D Printing disrupt PCB rapid prototyping?

The vast majority of electronic circuits are currently made using Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) that are both rigid and flat. The market for traditional Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) currently stands at around $60bn. This established technology is used across a variety of different final applications. Several technologies related to traditional PCBs are now emerging in the form of commercial products that address one or more of the limitations with traditional PCBs. Some of these new technologies aim to improve the current workflow by allowing traditional PCB designs to be prototyped more quickly, cheaply and locally. Other new technologies aim to fill gaps in markets such as wearable technologies where rigid PCBs have significant limitations. Finally, some new technologies promise to completely revolutionise the electronics industry by allowing fully 3D printed electronics with traces and components used anywhere inside an object.
23 Feb 2015

Cartesian Co

These use particle-laden inks that Cartesian thinks are supplied by '3M'.
23 Feb 2015

NanoDimension

Voltera has a 'nice touch' because it can print a cross-over using an insulating ink. They don't feel as though they compete in the same space. Voltera is 'perfectly positioned for the maker or MarkerBot (a 3D print machine and supplier) end of the market'. This is the hobbyist market.
18 Feb 2015

BotFactory

Voltera are trying to bring a machine to market that will compete with Squink.