Jesus, when I read @Ofer’s post I was hoping he was intending a serious discussion on an alternative ink, rather than just spamming the forum. As he hasn’t bothered to follow up with any replies that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Thanks for not removing the thread, I would feel uncomfortable if I thought discussion was being censored for commercial purposes, even though it is your right to do so. I think we all benefit from hearing about compatible and improved materials and techniques, no matter the source.
I don’t expect any casual Voltera users would buy the minimum 1kg of the product on the chance it may work as implied (or at all) on the V-One. However if there is real substance behind the claims, it may be that Voltera could work with the manufacturer to optimize it for the V-One, or if by some fluke it worked in current form could sell it repackaged in small quantities with a funny animal name at a 10x (or even 100x ?) markup and we would still buy it from you.
(And I was referring to the 1ml ‘half’ cartridge in point 3 of my previous post. Not in any way complaining, just pointing out that their minimum 1kg purchase made no sense in the context of a normal V-One user!)
Who wouldn’t want an easily cured,mechanically robust, environmentally friendly low cost conductive paste compatible with normal soldering processes, it seems the Holy Grail of printable inks!
[Well, the real Holy Grail of printable inks is the multi-layer conductive/insulating system we were promised when first purchasing the V-One, but that seems to be a distant, fading vision now. Sadly I can’t recall the last time I read a progress report on that development line. - Just saying…]