Looking to build my first 3d printer. While researching about the printers and filaments I came across the conductive filaments and had an idea.
What if I use the printer to build pcb boards using one extrusion to put out a high-temp filament(nylon or something heat tolerant) and print the circuit on both surface using the conductive filament.
I have already seen one blog where they did something similar, but while attaching components, they used cold solder. Will a board made with a high temperature filament be able to handle solder.
Viability of this will help me decide what kind of bed temperature and extruder I want to use.