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A little opening: Sharing some designs as open hardware

We believe value creation – be it new software, hardware or methods – comes with a moral obligation to make it available to everyone who needs it. As a commercial company, we create designs that we sell as products (our main thing, microdrives). However, now we also create custom designs that we sell once, then shelve. Custom designs don’t become products for a range of reasons. The main one being… Read More »A little opening: Sharing some designs as open hardware

The rise of 3D printing in neuroscience research

In recent years, 3D printing technology has been getting better and cheaper, bringing performance usually accessible only to large industrial companies into the consumer market. New materials are constantly developed, and nowadays it is possible to print objects with high detail in a variety of plastics, metals, and even sandstone or wood. In neuroscience research, 3D printing is now being used – often in combination with an open source philosophy… Read More »The rise of 3D printing in neuroscience research