Oak & Steel

DuinoKit - An Arduino Based Discovery Kit - Learn & Invent!

A project in Franklin, NC by Dan Alich

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Learn the fundamentals of electronics and programming with an Arduino microprocessor. This kit contains all components for building.
Backers: 250
Average Pledge Per Backer: $230

Funded: $57,478 of $19,500
Dates: Jun 13th -> Jul 15th (32 days)
Project By: Dan Alich
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DuinoKit - Carry your smart lab!

February 5th - via: geekbulletin.com
Duinokit is a all-in-one kit slotted in a carrying case, based on the Arduino board. the only thing you have to add is your brain and a bit of handwork. (Read More)

Only 14 hours......

July 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Only 14 hours left in the DuinoKit KickStarter campaign.  Thank you to everyone for the pledges and encouragement to get this project started and I look forward to sending out these kits. I am placing a link in the project description for our online... (Read More)

On to something good here....

July 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Just received another $1000 contribution and a note that really brings out the essence of the DuinoKit project. Dan, I think you have a good thing here. As I remember my start in electronics was being given a gift of some RadioShack P-Box kits and a... (Read More)

Donation to the Bakken Museum.

July 9th - via: kickstarter.com
A few days back there was a $1000 to the DuinoKit project directed to the Bakken Museum in Minneapolis Minnesota. The Bakken Museum (www.thebakken.org) in Minneapolis, Minnesota offers an Inventors’ Club with the mission of inspiring youth with a... (Read More)

7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1...... The Final Week!

July 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Only seven days left to share the DuinoKit project with your friends.  As of right now it looks like we will be producing less than 200 kits for learning and inventing.  I would love to at least double this number by the end of this campaign and... (Read More)

DuinoKit project 140% and growing!

June 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Thank you for your support on this project.  Currently the DuinoKit project is +40% over our initial production goal and still growing.  Pledges are slowing down and I would love to make as many of these as possible to see what inventions are... (Read More)

How can I help?

June 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Over the past several days I have been receiving many messages on your excitement about finally finding an easy platform to create and learn to make the gadgets and products you have been dreaming about.  I feel honored to have the ability to move... (Read More)

100% - Thank you DuinoKit supporters

June 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
The DuinoKit was just funded at 100% after only 10 days on KickStarter.   Thank you for all of your support with this project.There is still 22 days left for the campaign to run on KickStarter and continued exposure will help make this kit better... (Read More)

Read more about our story. KickStarter-Conversations.com @DuinoKit.com

June 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Read more about our story and motivation for the DuinoKit.http://www.kickstarter-conversations.com/2013/06/old-school-radio-shack-for-new-school.html?spref=tw Please share, tweet and repost this project for your friends.  Why not get more than one... (Read More)

Just hit the 50% funded mark! - THANK YOU!

June 17th - via: kickstarter.com
The DuinoKit project is looking VERY good and thank you for sharing with your friends.  We are currently 50% funded and have 28 days left in our campaign.  I am very excited to be able to make this project happen on behalf of YOU. Thank you and... (Read More)

Wow... Thank you.

June 15th - via: kickstarter.com
I promise not to spam to on this project, but I just wanted to say thank you for your support thus far.  The DuinoKit project has been online for just over 2 days and it is 30% funded.   Please be sure to share this project with your friends so WE... (Read More)

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