When designing printed projects for the Voxel8 printer, you should keep in mind that you are working with more than one material (i.e. "multi-materials"). With the first generation Developer's Kit this means printing thermoplastic (i.e. PLA) and the Voxel8 conductive silver ink.
There are considerations to make that appear outside of the common constraints found FDM/FFF thermoplastic extrusion printing. There are also certain inherent restrictions and constraints on what you are able to print effectively on the Developer's Kit given software, hardware, and material properties and interactions.
Having a good understanding of the material capabilities and printer limitations will allow you to properly design your parts.
Below are some guidelines and things to be aware of when printing multi-materials for the Voxel8 Developer's Kit Printer.
Below are the basic guidelines to bear in mind when printing Voxel8 Conductive Silver ink.