SketchChair Beta is out, freely available, and open-source!
SketchChair Beta is out in the wild! We're really excited to see it publicly available and in the hands of makers everywhere! Many of you have been experimenting and tinkering with SketchChair, some of you have built your own prototypes, and a few of you have even held SketchChair workshops!
Anybody can sign up at SketchChair.cc to download the public beta and start creating their own designs! You can also share your creations in the online design library, where there are already a number of designs available for download to be modified or fabricated.
You can sign up and download SketchChair Beta here > sketchchair.cc/download
Check out the design library here > sketchchair.cc/designs
If you would like to have a look at the inner workings of SketchChair, the Beta source code is also now available.
Access the SketchChair Code Repository on GitHub > github.com/DiatomStudio/SketchChair
This is final update to the SketchChair Kickstarter page for now. For future updates please sign up to the SketchChair mailing list > sketchchair.cc/signup
Do you want to support more locally produced CNC furniture? You might like to take a look at another awesome Kickstarter project, sharing a lot of values with SketchChair: "This Stool Rocks". Built by London based designer and entrepreneur James Mcbennet, Fabsie.com is an online platform that allows designers to easily fabricate and distribute and their own CNC furniture creations. Check it out and support the campaign!
Thank you to everyone who has supported, and continues to support SketchChair! It is this amazing community that has gotten behind the project that has brought it to life!
Greg and Tiago