Though Kickstarter staff were helpful and enthusiastic about the project, Kickstarter's charter does not allow them to sponsor or allow safety-related devices. They are paranoid of liability.Indiegogo is very similar, and they worked with me to launch the campaign in only a few hours. Same basic idea, except indiegogo is worldwide and not just United States.http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/348405I have also set up a twitter (my first ever) account for the project, @bishopvalve
I could use a few recommendations for a bench and portable meter, a bench power supply, and an inexpensive storage oscilloscope capable of the frequencies we generally deal with in Arduino projects (Ghz not needed), and a good soldering station.Thoughts? I had a friend tell me to get a Fluke Scopemeter... Looks like an amazing device, but overkill and too expensive. I am just trying to put together a little more reasonable workspace for this...
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