Less Than 24 Hours Left to Help Fund MakerBeam

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MakerBeam is a completely open source, electronics-compatible building set created out of extruded aluminum. With projects ranging from arduino enclosures to robotics to a kid’s models, this awesome project aims to do it all… but they need your help.

The guys developing the technology have opted to operate the company as a startup, and they’re looking for backers. Impressively, they met their original $10K funding goal but they’re still accepting pledges. As I write this, 113 people (Including me) have pledged $16,522 to help the nascent company begin their production run of aluminum beams.

Wanna learn more? Check out this awesome interview with the MakerBeam guys by the Evil Mad Scientists.

Like to help out? Visit their Kickstarter page to learn how.

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