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eForge electronic 3D printing system features 8 extruders

Written by David

October 17, 2019

Developers and electronic enthusiasts may be interested in a new electronic 3D printing system called the eForge, which has launched via Kickstarter this week.

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The eForge has been developed thanks to NASA sponsored research and features eight extruders and allows you to create your designs using new electronic materials.

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eForge is the first electronic 3D printing system capable of printing fully-functional electronics, says its creators, Electronic Alchemy. Early bird pledges for the eForge start from $4,799 or roughly £3,763 offering a considerable 40% saving the recommended retail price of $8,000. It all goes to plan with manufacturing and fundraising the team are expected to start shipping the electronic 3D printers during August 2020.

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“Unlike conventional 3D printers, eForge is capable of printing both electronic and mechanical materials. The results open up an entirely new world of possibilities. It’s equipped with 8 extruders, retractable smart nozzles and an extra large […]

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