Maker Pro Selected Projects

wevolverMaker Pro’s curation team and the open source hardware projects platform Wevolver ( SXSW 2016 innovation award winner in Austin, USA ) come together to bring a world class selection of projects. This remarkable products are making their way to the global distribution supply chain under the use of open source documentation. Drones, cars, robots, machines or bikes are some of the locally manufactured distributed production facilities.



Hovalin 3D printed functional acoustic violin


The total cost of raw materials for the violin (4/4) is currently about $70. The Hovalin was designed with Autodesk Fusion 360 and inspired by the Stradivarius violin model.

We encourage that you find a way to incorporate making your own violins into your schools, music programs, or wherever the music takes you.


OpenPump Open Source Hardware Syringe Pump


Openpump is an open-source syringe pump that dispenses fluids over a set period of time. Syringe pumps are used to administer medication in hospitals, but also in laboratory environments performing chemical or biomedical research. Maybe you’d like to use syringe pump to extruding paste (e.g. chocolate) during 3D printing, or as part of a bioprinter when printing with biological materials?


Plen2 Desktop Robot


PLEN2 is a robot kit consisting control boards, servomotors and accessories that you can put together yourself. You do not need any technical knowledge and special tools. What you need to build this robot is just a screwdriver. When you complete it, PLEN2 is approximately 20 centimeters tall and weighs approximately 350 grams with 18 joints and it is highly maneuverable.


HACKBerry practical prothesis for daily use created through the cooperation of actual users


The HACKberry is a 3D printable electric prosthetic arm created by exiii Inc a Japanese robotics company based in Tokyo that specialises in bionic arms.


BoxBotix Robots that meet your specific needs!


Control your own Robot Destiny! BoxBotix lets you build robots that meet your specific needs and keep them running with parts you can make or source yourself.  

BoxBotix is an open source, modular robotics platform that is easy to hack, make, use and sustain. Our vision is to form a global network of artisans who specialize in the design, manufacture and support of robots at the local level.


OpenRov Mini Observation Class ROV


The original hackable underwater robot, upgraded
OpenROV is a low-cost hackable underwater robot for exploration and education. It is also a passionate community of professional and amateur ocean explorers and technologists.


National Instruments Hexapod


A walking and self-balancing hexapod robot, built as a demonstration unit for Test and Measurement company, National Instruments.

A hexapod robot is a mechanical vehicle that walks on six legs. Since a robot can be statically stable on three or more legs, a hexapod robot has a great deal of flexibility in how it can move.


Ultrascope Open Space Agency


Ultrascope Explorer Plus is OPEN HARDWARE, designed for everyone to build and improve on as a community.

The UEX Plus is now a public document on the cloud CAD platform OnShape, if you want to access and edit the build, just head over there, sign up and search for “Ultrascope Explorer Plus”.

We are releasing this version under the CERN Open Hardware Licence v1.2 
We’ve chosen this CERN License as it gives maximum flexibility for others to extend the designs, manufacture and distribute Ultrascope Hardware.
Building the scope implies compliance with the terms of the licence.
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Cubesat Simple & Affordable Space Access

Open Cosmos offers a combination of innovative hardware, software and services that allow simple and affordable space access.
Nanosatellite payload development kit. It allows integration and functional testing of the customer’s payload at its premises.
Cloud-based mission simulator and payload control interface used in ground with qbkit and in orbit with qbee.
Open Cosmos’ standard nanosatellite. It allows ‘plug and launch’ integration of payloads developed using qbkit and qbapp.
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Faraday Motion

The Ultimate Modular and Customizable Electric Skateboard Kit
Enabled by 3D Printing
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3D Printable Portable Slit Lamp

The design facilitates portability to the user. With minimum number and very fundamentally designed components, this can be taken along/printed at your desired place. It also makes it really cost effective and affordable to almost each section of the society in need, specially those who can not afford large expenditures on initial identification of the problems.

Refreshable Braille Display


Only about 10% of blind people around the world can read Braille. One primary reason is the high cost of Braille displays. The cost is a result of their complexity and reliability – required to ensure that they are able to handle wear and tear.



Sneel Biomimetic Robotic Kinetic Sculptures


Sneel is a series of biomimetic robotic kinetic sculptures that resemble snakes, constructed to explore lifelike, sinuous motion in an aquatic robot. They are designed to navigate unknown territory and extreme terrain. Through the Sneel series, Levine explored new methods of fabrication using custom 3D printed joints, developed an easily replicable assembly process, and ventured into new methods of sinuous actuation.

Sneel is a biomimetic, locomotive robot. The electromechanical design of Sneel mimics the structure and motion of a real water snake, as a test to explore swimming behavior in an undulating linear robot. The inspiration for Sneel originates from a fascination with reptilian forms of motility and the implications of modelling hardware from biological structures and functions. Sneel uses a custom-written software library to propagate an oscillating wave down a line of servo motors that comprise the robot’s body. The current model is a platform for the development of other low-cost snake drones, with semi-autonomous navigational control for waypoint following, and sensing capabilities for obstacle avoidance.



EzRobot Software & Hardware for Robotics


EZ-Robot may seem like a fun toy for building robots. That is because we have spent countless hours designing the perfect robot controller that is so fun to use, people do not realize they are learning. EZ-Robot provides a platform that scales between beginner and advanced users. Users are taught logic, soldering, electronics and modular design all while modifying a toy shell into a Personal Robot. The excitement of having a personalized robot makes the process rewarding!

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Falla Modular & Scalable 3D Printer

Falla is a modular and scalable printer, able to print any material and entirely customizable in every single aspect.

Alan affordable modular animatronic robot kit


Meet ALAN, the first affordable modular animatronic robot kit. Once assembled, ALAN becomes a unique platform to interact with and learn robotics. Experience emerging technologies such as ChatBots and AI on a personal level.

Designed by Hollywood make-up effects artist Will Huff, ALAN is a 1:1 human scale robot head and shoulders measuring 16 inches tall and provides 5 axes of motion. You assemble the parts, paint, and add your own third party hardware and software. The kit is designed to use off the shelf components like radio controlled servos and micro-controllers . The magnetic and modular components will allow for future upgrades, including changes in appearance such as gender, or new movements like forehead motion, without the expense in purchasing a new head.


First V1Sion Wearable Broadcast System


Wearable broadcast system that immerses fans into the game through the athletes’ point of view. Changing the way you watch sports through wearable technology.


Refugee Open Ware


An investigation into how digitally fabricated prosthetics can transform the lives of those affected by the ongoing Syrian civl war through both function, accessibility and aesthetically. Customised design solutions will allow the device to act as a tool that can help mediate between the user and their unique built environment, in particular the sensitive social and cultural context. Additionally, integrated technologies and smart materials will help alleviate the loss of sense of touch while also contributing to self-esteem and relationships affected by the disability.


Mykonos Mushroom Grower

MYKONOS is a new type of home device that converts mushroom cultivation accessible to all. Usually grow mushrooms at home is generally a complex procedure. MYKONOS makes this process much easier, by combining various steps and tools in a single device.

In about five weeks MYKONOS far this summer ( incubation ) to the first cold nights of the year ( primordia formation ) and finally through the fall ( fruiting ) , when the mushrooms start to appear.


eWASTE 3D printer 2.0


Low cost 3D printer, small in size, from recycled parts of old DVD players, ideal for learning and teaching the process of 3D printing, autonomous printing via Internet or WIFI.




You can define a Drone as ” an aircraft with the ability to fly, semi or fully autonomous, thanks to a computer and sensors on board.

Drones have been associated largely with military use. However, each day more affordable, they are ideal for a wide range of applied research. They are now common tool for building techniques , photogrammetry, transport, agriculture, safety, rescue, environmental research and many other applications . In different circumstances , the only way to see what happened on the ground are satellite images and remote sensing analysis , but conventional platforms for the acquisition of these data, such as pilotless aircraft and satellites are expensive. The use of aerial robots can be beneficial to complete tasks with time requirements or precise position they are complex, or they have to be carried out in harsh environments.


OpenKnit Open Source Digital Knitting


OpenKnit is an open-source, low cost, digital fabrication tool that affords the user the opportunity to create his own bespoke clothing from digital files. Starting from the raw material, the yarn, and straight to its end use, a sweater for example, in about an hour. Designing and producing clothes digitally and wearing them can now happen in the very same place, rewarding the user with the ability to make decisions regarding creativity and responsibility.



irnas is a non-profit, rewarding the ones that create, always exploring new projects and ideas. Irnas strives to apply the vast scientific knowledge to everyday reality by creating effective and affordable systems. Supports an open-source world and sharing. Aim to empower the world with technologies that improve lives, let that be an advanced communication system or a simple everyday utensil.

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