Deadlines are an unpleasant part of life for an electronic designer. While design of a printed circuit board (PCB) can be done internally, manufacturing is generally outsourced. This dependence often results in uncontrollable, and unexpected delays. Just imagine if you had to wait days or weeks to get an assembled PCB, only to find out that there was one small error. Then, knowing that upon correcting the error, that you’d have to wait days or weeks yet again. It is here that desktop PCB printers are aiming to come to the rescue.