A group of students from University of Queensland have hit their $30,000 kickstarter target to commercialise 3D printed PCBs in a mere five hours.

A kickstarter project to commercialise printed circuit boards (PCBs) manufactured by a 3D printer led by University of Queensland students has hit its $30,000 target.

The project managed to complete its fundraising – planned to be raised over 30 days – within five hours of the project going live. At time of writing, the project has raised $91,399 in crowdfunded backing with 27 days left to go.

The engineering graduates’ product, the EX1 Printer, is capable of manufacturing PCBs onto…

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