Projecta: A Solution For PCB Printing
About this project
From USA, Europe, China, and from Japan to India; from the Middle East and Hong Kong, we have been looking to find a creative solution for the most critical issue in electronic design: (PCB Fabrication).
When you want to turn your innovation from a mere idea to a real product, you won’t have to spend days in prototyping or weeks waiting for factories in order to see your dream becoming a reality.
Our dream is to print PCB just like printing a paper, and we are now ready to share it with everyone and let you have your own Projecta.
We were working on a different project (that will be coming to the world soon!) with a critical deadline. The project needed a lot of tests and trials, a lot of PCB prototyping, and also money and time. Due to shipment delays, our project deadline was missed, and from these hardships, Projecta was born.
We started to think about a permanent solution for this problem (PCB printing), and we came up with the perfect solution: Projecta.
Projecta is a desktop CNC machine that engraves an ink layer on the surface of the board to make your beautiful PCB designs ready for acid etching and get the resolution achieved by photo-resist dry films but without especial equipment or chemical developers!
Buying an ordinary desktop CNC machine will cost you a lot of money, so we designed the machine with our special spindle to make the price so affordable for everyone.
Plus, in comparison with other PCB methods, Projecta will always be on top of the competition, as it doesn’t require any special tools or materials to produce, and so the running cost is always a BIG ZERO.
The machine is directed to all those who make PCB starting from students and home-inventors to professional engineers.
Working with old-school methods for PCB fabrication, you will take a lot of time working on your PCB, developing a film or transferring the ink, which may take a “while,” while Projecta can make your PCB in minutes.
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