Canberra’s Hardcotton promising a revolutionary 3D printer

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Canberra based tech startup Hardcotton say they’re close to launching a Kickstarter crowdsourcing round for their innovative pressure controlled 3D printer design.

The printer design is called “Elemental” and Hardcotton Co-founder and CEO Scott Pobihun promises it will be simple and easy for the end user.

“When you use Elemental you aren’t faced with a daunting set up and you don’t need to worry about fiddly calibration procedures. All you need to do in setting up Elemental is to ensure that the printer is level, with its adjustable feet, then simply fill it up with printing material and it’s ready to go,” Scott said.

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