An open-source based on Ultimaker 3D printer design whose development was lead by a member of our team in Društvo Elektronikov Slovenije. Assembly parts of the system can be universally found from multiple suppliers and thus anyone can replicate one without vendor lock-in. A uniquely fully enclosed design retains the heated air within the chamber reducing part warping with more demanding material. Enclosure design is fully stackable and yet still fits on a desk. We use a number of these printers daily.More about Troublemaker
GoodEnoughCNC machines series is developed to support the manufacturing of KORUZA and any other open hardware system. Currently, GoodEnoughCNC range consists of plasma cutter, CNC mill, laser cutter, all in the stage of a working prototype.More about GoodEnoughCNC
We leverage a number of open source open hardware development tools, measurement devices and other handy gadgets for development of our electronics systems. Dangerous Prototypes tools Bus Pirate, Bus Blaster, IR toy, Open Workbench Logic Sniffer and other are very helpful with debugging digital communication signals and devices. Great Scott Gadgets HackRF One and other devices enable us easy debugging of wireless communications. Arachnid Labs Re:Load Pro helps us test a number of power electronics systems. Arduino and Energia environments and hardwares they support are default platforms for implementing a number of smaller systems and solutions.