Several of NextFab's members have turned seemingly-impossible dreams into reality through crowdfunding. Whether they chose to use Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or another crowdfunding platform, many have successfully funded their concepts.
Help veterans with amputations receive a life-changing vibrating therapeutic device for phantom limb pain.
Unruly Splats is a set of two programmable electronic floor tiles that kids can code, jump on and run around to play active games. Unruly Splats teach kids the logic of coding. Unruly Splats challenges kids 6 and up to apply STEM skills to the real world, creating active games to play with friends.
The Birch SPRIG is an ultralight Teardrop Camper kit. The SPRIG was designed for simple assembly on a lightweight chassis and can be easily moved by hand and towed behind just about anything with a tow-hitch.
Mobile hardware for distracted driving & traffic jam boredom
Dan Meana, a former employee at NextFab, is part of the team developing the Wazer.
Former employee and part-time instructor, Ryan Hyde, launched this incredible group of instruments to push his brand to the next level.
Noria went live on 4/19/2016. It's the newest product from a resident company, Likuma Labs.
Guy Juravich, a professional percussionist, contracted NextFab to prototype and 3D print this product.
Member Vanessa Chan is on a roll with her first crowdfunded project, Loop.it. She refined product details at NextFab.
ROAR turned to NextFab for consulting and fabrication for their successfully-run crowdfunding campaign.
NextFab contributed in the development process by refining some of the initial design work for this Kickstarter.
Peterson Goodwyn chose to crowfund DIYRE Colour on his company's website instead of using Kickstarter or Indiegogo.
Lorenzo Buffa, a long-time member, developed this beautiful wood and leather watch.
Smack Attack was designed and launched by member Gregor Hanuschak in 2013.