We’ve been slaving away in the underground ink labs for months perfecting the formula and we’re on to a winner. Starting today, you can pre-order ink cartridges or add some to an existing Argentum order to take advantage of your free shipping. Here’s a quick overview of what’s available (or go straight to the store):Read More
We’re heading to CeBIT Australia in Sydney from May 5th to 7th. Come check us out at booth S94! And yes, there will be printers… We’ll be tweeting pictures throughout the event so keep up with our twitter next week for updates and a sneak peak at the latest release candidate.
We’ll also be updating the blog over the next few weeks with cool new circuits we’ve been working on so stay tuned!
Take a tour of Cartesian Co Headquarters and get a small glimpse into some of the work that each of the team members has been getting up to.
We have some more detailed posts coming up about the latest revisions to the Argentum circuit printer, so keep an eye out if you were looking for a larger print area (as well as a few other little surprises).Read More
We’ve settled into our new office space, but as soon as we set up all our desks, the air conditioner broke. Probably not a problem for our friends in the northern hemisphere, but a few days ago it got up to 43.5 °C (110.3 °F), and our office is a giant oven.Read More
It’s 2014 and with the new year we’ve got lots of exciting news!
Firstly, we have a small belated Christmas present to everyone that missed out on a Kickstarter printer: We are now offering FREE SHIPPING to most countries around the world. Please check the map below to see if your country is included (a comprehensive list is provided here).Read More
With your help we’ve managed to turn our dream of electronics rapid prototyping into a reality and we’re nearly there!Read More
We’ve had lots of excellent questions about how our prints compare to conventional PCBs made from copper. We thought a video would be far more interesting than us prattling along for a few paragraphs. Here’s a side-by-side comparison of a copper trace we etched with one printed in our machine.