The Squink is our PCB printer and assembly tool. It uses inkjet conductive inks, dispenses solder paste, and can pick and place components.
MakerSpace Orientation is required before using this machine. Visit our Training Page to learn more. No machine specific training is required, so you should be prepared to experiment to achieve good results.
Squink is controlled via a local network connection using a browser. No software is required.
Conductive Ink Filetype: Gerber
Paste Dispenser Filetypes: .gts, .gtp, .jpg, .png, .tiff, .bmp
127 x 127 mm (5" x 5")
Substrates must be able to tolerate up to 150 Celsius without warping or melting.
Paper (for conductive ink only)
Minimum Trace Pitch: 10 mils / 0.25 mm
Minimum Trace Width: 10 mils / 0.25 mm
Pick & Place Specifications
Number of Tray Slots: 4 oversized Slots, 12 Slots for parts 2512 (6.3 x 3.2 mm) or smaller - No Support for Rails
Min Part Size: 0603 (1608 Metric)
Max Part Size: SOIC-24 (10 x 16 mm, or 419 x 614 mils)
Precision: 15 ±5 microns
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