I'm slowly but surely working my way up to silver ink printing. I was able to print another set of lines using time-pressure dispensing. This method involves using pressure from an air pump to dispense the conductive material. The main drawback of time-pressure dispensing is the associated tools - it requires an air pump. The current design I would prefer to use is the stepper extrusion method which uses a stepper-driven plunger to extrude the ink. This method requires a way to retract the plunger to a specific point after printing is finished however, which I have yet to work out. Stall detection perhaps?