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Mekanika Pro CNC Router
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17.7 k
“Wikifactory has given Mekanika greater visibility, and the opportunity to implement product improvements with the feedback coming from thousands of messages from Wikifactory users sharing ideas, and solutions.”
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Otto DIY
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14.8 k
“Having projects, content, and community all-in-one-place is a great way to see the evolution of a project. Plus, its powerful version control is intuitive for product designers.”
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by +dronecoria
9.4 k
“On Wikifactory, we have access to Open Innovation. We want people to understand what is inside the drone at least to know how to repair it or how to improve it. If not, these are not the right tools to empower people.”
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Bring your portfolio to life.
Create a profile and share your portfolio of product and hardware innovation with a global community solving problems in innovative ways - just like you.
Start a public Project on Wikifactory to highlight your ingenuity and promote your talent to a network who can get your ideas further along.
  • Import from Dropbox, G Drive, Github and Gitlab.
  • Enrich your portfolio by embedding 3D files directly in copy.
  • Invite collaborators and attract followers.
Build on great ideas.
You don't have to start from scratch, or reinvent the wheel. Instead, you can build upon and contribute to public projects by the Community. Your skills and expertise can help solutions go further, together.
With 6,000 public projects and counting ranging from drones, electric vehicles, agri-tech, smart devices, robotics, biotech equipment, furniture, and so much more. Be inspired to make your mark.
  • Fork and remix existing projects
  • Share feedback with Issues Tracker
  • Leave annotations directly in CAD
Expand your horizons by learning.
To make better products, you always have an opportunity for learning or to deepen your practice. Yet online courses can be costly and are often lacking in real-life tips and practical exercises.
On Wikifactory, you can gain practical know-how thanks to the contributions of the community. Whether getting started or a pro, a learning curve for anyone to embark on.
  • Read 100s of how-to guides in digital fabrication
  • Learn from 1000s of documented public projects
  • Explore practical university coursework from around the world
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An interactive robot that anyone can make! Otto can walk, dance, make sounds and avoid obstacles. Ea


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