We are very excited to have received our Up! 3D printer after ordering it from Cool Components only yesterday. It is a small desktop machine but capable of printing within a (I think) 150mm cubic area. Since we tend to make all our devices and parts as small as possible this is more than enough for us. ... This photo is of one of our first prints (but not "the" first!)3dprint

The first prototype of the LeepBox was tested at the Paris Marathon today. All worked well with good quality data but we lost the end of the race due to the development version battery usage.Paris2011

First prototype of our new medical-grade device has been patched together and is ready to play with.

The first official yellowcog PCBs are now being manufactured. We finally plumped for using EAGLE (although not the free version). Thanks to my (now ex) colleagues who helped out by double-checking the schematics and layout.

The first official yellowcog PCBs are now being played with and seem to work. One or two problems have been found but can be "fixed" with software. One strange non-terminal manufacturing problem also found where the physical board doesn't match the gerbers.

Yellowcog is born.