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Software that powers the largest open source communities on the internet.

 
 
 

The world's largest editable repair manual.

iFixit (the largest online repair community) is powered by the Dozuki platform. iFixit makes it easy for you to fix things yourself with online step-by-step repair guides, troubleshooting tips, and a thriving community of repair technicians who want to help. iFixit is well known for their device teardowns; giving the public a sneak peek inside popular new gadgets.

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A desktop 3D printer you can build in a couple hours.

After a wildly successful Kickstarter project, Brook Drumm created a business making the most afforable 3D printer kits available. Now, the original Printrbot design has expanded into multiple product lines.  Instead of doing support the typical way, Brook wanted community members to share their knowledge. Today, Printrbot’s assembly instructions and community support are all powered by Dozuki.

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The world's first open source, programmable flash light.

Don’t know morse code? Well, you can program this flashlight to blink out “S-O-S” so you won’t need to learn. Christian Carlberg’s latest project is an open source, programmable flashlght, the Hexbright Flex, which features an Arduino-compatible board and 500 lumen light! Community members can swap CAD files, share programmed behaviors, and show off all their favorite HexBright hacks right on the site.

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