Got my hands on a Voltera machine for at-home PCB prototyping - it's a game-changer! Using conductive silver ink, it prints traces and pads, but it's quite finicky, much like 3D printing. It has limitations, such as trace widths, pin pitch for SMT components, and the high cost (over $5000). Plus, this tech requires a delicate touch due to the fragile ink bonding. Despite the machine's impressive capabilities, my partnership with PCBWay is still going strong, as this isn't a one-size-fits-all solution. Nonetheless, the ability to whip up a PCB in just a couple of hours is seriously impressive.