Usefulness for prototyping after the learning curve?

Discussion in 'Community Support' started by Erik de Bruijn, Jan 24, 2015.

  1. Is anyone already using their Argentum to (usefully) prototype real circuits that they are using, or is that too much to ask at this stage? We're really looking forward to be able to design, create and use a circuit within a day. We can do isolation routing today, but we're looking to speed up the prototyping process. We don't mind investing a bit of time in our equipment, but there needs to be a good possibility of this becoming a useful tool. Right now it seems that the mechanical assembly is pretty good (which is important, that's harder to upgrade after shipping). The documentation (and sequence in which to make progress), host software and firmware seem to need more attention to allow people to make more rapid progress and have fewer "question marks". This will definitely reduce the forum support "load" for you guys.
  2. Ariel

    Ariel Staff Member

    Hey Erik, I totally understand what you're saying. Today and for the rest of the coming week we're all working to improve the useability of the printer. It's not the most straightforward piece of equipment to use at the moment, and we know that.

    Give us a couple of days, maximum the next week.

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