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.
Norman Strohdach's latest product is a natural bug repellant collar made of cedar wood.
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.
LED Cirque Show by ELECTROCUTE & Flow Labs is a member project co-designed by Matt Brenner
Noria went live on 4/19/2016. It's the newest product from a resident company, Likuma Labs.
Mark Brandon, a member at NextFab, struck party gold with this fun project.
Guy Juravich, a professional percussionist, contracted NextFab to prototype and 3D print this product.
Daniel Stein (a member) and his team successfully launched Mini Hand via Kickstarter.
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.
Analog Watch Co. and Lorenzo Buffa (member) launched yet another successful Kickstarter.
NextFab contributed in the development process by refining some of the initial design work for this Kickstarter.
Lorenzo Buffa strikes again! The Marble edition hits its Kickstarter goals.
Rich Ruttenberg explored a potential concept using technologies from the Internet of Things trend to re-imagine donation jars.
Otto Kopeczky launched a cool idea to push the boundaries of time keeping with LED tubing.
Laate Olukotun launched a small but cool accessory for the iPhone - a wall mount for holding your phone and keys.
Evan Aamodt's Valkyrie Truck Company can trace its beginnings to this crowdfunding campaign - the first of many impressive products that's helping to change the skateboarding world, one truck at a time.
Jason Browne's team launched their first product - a tiny solar-powered backup battery for any USB-powered device.
Peterson Goodwyn chose to crowfund DIYRE Colour on his company's website instead of using Kickstarter or Indiegogo.
Ben Reytblat's 3DMonstr launches quad-extruder 3D printer in February 2014.
This little product packs a lot of potential. Jalapeno generates an action-packed soundtrack for the action sports enthusiast.
Lorenzo Buffa, a long-time member, developed this beautiful wood and leather watch.
Miguel Horn and Chris Landau teamed up to make this interactive art installation in the Pacific Northwest.
Smack Attack was designed and launched by member Gregor Hanuschak in 2013.
James Brown, a former employee at NextFab, crowdfunded this cool concept for all of those who wage war in the kitchen.
Judah Konigsberg launched an ambitious concept to redefine table-based lighting with this awesome brand.
John Haggerty, a longtime staffer at NextFab, developed a fun and customize-able set of iPhone cases and glass holders.
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