As we’ve mentioned previously on this blog, we have begun testing an early prototype of the eForge version 1.0 printer that we will be launching to the public in the future. We have been conducting a variety of tests, and in this post we’re going to walk through the 3D printing of a two-material pressure […]
We have been hard at work over the last few months getting the first prototype of our version 1.0 eForge printer built and ready for testing. While we have built and tested earlier versions of the printer, including delivering the version 0.6 to NASA at the end of June, the version 1.0 will be our […]
Last week, we were at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center to deliver the Electronic Alchemy eForge version 0.6 to NASA. The version 0.6 eForge represents the culmination of over 2 years of working with NASA, and the completion of our Phase II STTR contract with the agency. Our History of Working with NASA We […]
The 3D printing of electronics and electronic components represents a transformative shift in how these devices are designed and manufactured with a near-limitless number of use cases. One use case that is particularly compelling is in the design and deployment of sensors. The multi-material printing capabilities of the eForge enables the rapid, on-demand printing of […]
We're thrilled to announce that the Electronic Alchemy eForge has been named a finalist on Fast Company's annual World Changing Ideas list.
Authority Magazine sits down with Dr. Glenn to discuss the future of 3D printing and how the ability to 3D print electronics is going to revolutionize a wide range of industries.
Dr. Glenn sat down with The New Rationalist to discuss his personal history, the development of the eForge, and more.
Electronic Alchemy was featured on Yahoo as one of eight minority-owned businesses making waves in the US.