Personal electroplater turns 3D printed objects to gold

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With the maker movement still in full swing, personal prototyping equipment is more in demand than ever. 3D printers have become significantly more affordable and initiatives such as Hatch in the UK and Betaversity in the US are creating a multitude of temporary, accessible maker spaces. Now, Monolith Studio is hoping to add its tabletop electroplater to the mix. The Orbit1 is a device which will coat any object with metal, enabling makers to metalize their prototypes for as little as USD 2 per gram. Having cleaned and polished their object of choice, users spray it with a conductive paint…

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