3D Printers for Special Needs Makers

raised by 54 people in 25 days
101% funded
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$5,000 USD goal
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This campaign ended on April 4, 2014
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  • $5USD
    Website Listing

    Get a special thank you on the FabLab Hub website and a Twitter shout out to our almost 50,000 followers!

    Estimated delivery: April 2014

    2 claimed

  • $10USD
    Wheelchair People Buttons

    2 Wheelchair People buttons created by Mike Norton Choose from any 2 designs shown in the main text to the left

    Estimated delivery: April 2014

    8 claimed

  • $25USD
    3D Printing eBook

    Writen by experts from FabLab Hub, the "How to Get Started in 3D Printing" eBook gives newbies all the inside info you need to get started in 3D Printing

    Estimated delivery: April 2014

    4 claimed

  • $50USD
    3D Printed WheelChair People

    Get your favorite Wheelchair People character as a 3D Print! Approximately 4 - 6" tall depending upon design.

    Estimated delivery: August 2014

    1 out of 100 claimed

  • $99USD
    FabLab Hub Workshop

    1-day 3D Printing, hands-on workshops in Portland, Boston, Baltimore, Asheville, Fort Myers and San Jose. Dates TBD

    Estimated delivery: April 2014

    3 out of 25 claimed

  • $250USD
    Laser Engraved Nameplate

    Get a name of your choice laser engraved by Potomac Photonics of Baltimore MD on a special name plate for 3D Printers donated to each maker. 10 for each printer

    Estimated delivery: April 2014

    0 out of 20 claimed

  • $500USD
    10 hours Consulting

    Get expert advice via phone, Skype, email or online chat from one of our FabLab Hub Digital Fabricaiton gurus!

    Estimated delivery: April 2014

    0 claimed

  • $1,000USD
    Cube3 Printer

    Next generation 3D Printer the Cube3 is great for beginners and experts alike who want a rugged, reliable desktop machine

    Estimated delivery: April 2014

    1 out of 10 claimed

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