Hackberry portal Forum HACKberry Report First report

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  • #159

    Hiroshi Yamaura
    Keymaster

    We got the first report of making HACKberry from Mexico!
    We are very exiceted. Thank you MoldiTux!
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1452414021735899
    progress

    #171

    Hiroshi Yamaura
    Keymaster

    Japanese Maker community FLAG is now assembling HACKberry. We can’t wait for the completion of their hand!

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/FLAG.Dev/permalink/496041100562752/

    #208

    Hiroshi Yamaura
    Keymaster

    This is probably the world’s first working HACKberry created from our open-source community! Thank you, Cameron!

    #233

    Cameron Norris
    Participant

    Hey Hiroshi, you’re very welcome. Thanks for the report post!
    I also made this fun little video for the HACKberry!
    Building it has been a great experience — I am the biggest fan of exiii in the world!
    I’m now working on a second HACKberry to focus more on the aesthetics.
    The first was a seven-day speed hack!
    If anyone needs any advice on sourcing parts in the UK / EU let me know, I would be more than happy to help out.

    #239

    Josimar Finamore
    Participant

    Hiroshi Yamaura, I Josimar Finamore and write from Brazil.

    First I want to congratulate you for the project.

    I am a teacher in a technical school and the science fair a group of students coordinated by me want to ride the hackberry and are having trouble finding certain items in Brazil.

    I have a 3D printer graber I3 and we’ll print the parts and electronics we will get some similar items to be able to mount …

    The fair will be in late September …

    I will sending photos to illustrate our work.

    hugs

    #291

    Scott Gilsdorf
    Participant

    I had mentioned in another post (actually my first) that I thought it might be helpful to have a blog with this kind of feed back from folks that actually used the hands and here it is! This is great! Thanks for the very valuable feedback! I’m more excited than ever to get started!
    Scott

    #985

    MoldiTux Tuxtepec
    Participant

    Thanks Hiroshi, we are working here in Mexico to spread the mission of ExIII.
    we keep communication.

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