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Chipsetter ONE: A desktop pick-and-place machine

A project in Hamilton, Canada by Chipsetter

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The reliable and affordable desktop pick-and-place machine for every workshop. Assemble your own PCB prototypes, get to market faster.
Backers: 165
Average Pledge Per Backer: $535 CAD

Funded: $88,255 CAD of $140,000 CAD
Dates: Sep 27th -> Oct 27th (30 days)
Project By: Chipsetter
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Latest News

Update 8: Maker Faire Ottawa

October 19th - via:
We’re back from Maker Faire Ottawa, as always it was a fantastic time at the show. We spent the weekend assembling more of our blinky LED badges in the booth, demonstrating the machine for all to see. We spoke with representatives from the... (Read More)

Update 7 - Links Fixed

October 13th - via:
Hi Everyone, There seems to be a problem with two of the links from our last update. Here they are: Thanks, The Chipsetter Team  (Read More)

Update 6: Heading to Maker Faire Ottawa!

October 13th - via:
Hi Everyone, We are getting ready for another exciting Maker Faire this weekend in Ottawa at the Aberdeen Pavilion. We had such a great time building blinky badges and giving them away at Maker Faire NYC, we’ll be doing it all over again this... (Read More)

Update 5: World Maker Faire NYC Recap

October 4th - via:
Wow! What a fantastic Maker Faire weekend. Day 2 at World Maker Faire NYC 2016 Everyone loved watching the Chipsetter ONE. We had significant interest from University electronics lab managers, product design firms, teachers, and makerspace members.... (Read More)

Chipsetter ONE Demo at MakerFaire NY

October 1st - via:
We've had a great first day at MakerFaire NY and are looking forward to another great day tomorrow. Here is a demo of the Chipsetter ONE building the giveaway badges!      (Read More)

See us at MakerFaire NY

October 1st - via:
The Chipsetter booth is up and ready to assemble boards at MakerFaire NY. We are really excited to share the Chipsetter ONE with the maker community.  If you are in the area, please stop by and say hello.  Alan and Randy setting up the Chipsetter... (Read More)

On route to MakerFaire NY

September 29th - via:
Chipsetter ONE taking a trip to NY The Chipsetter team is on route to NYC for MakerFaire this weekend!  If you are in the area, come check out the Chipsetter ONE in action.  We'll be building circuit boards at the event and giving away blinky... (Read More)

Thank you all so much!

September 28th - via:
Wow, what a great first day! Thank you all so much! Here’s a recap: You’ve helped us reach 40% of our goal We’ve been marked as ‘Projects We Love’ by Kickstarter! We’ve sold out of early bird rewards! We’ve added to our FAQ section to... (Read More)

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