Want to sell your Arduino project?

Have you built a home automation system or a wearable device using Arduino, and wanted to sell 10, 20 or a 100 units to your friends?

When building a product after a prototype, you have to go through PCB design, pass through production, testing and certification.

If you buy ready modules, they are expensive, and their size might not be as small as you desire.

Also, you want to build a smartphone app for your product, but you are not an Android or an iOS developer.

We are working on a new maker product that allows you to create your projects as easy as coding an Arduino board, customize your own app and sell it to your close network.

The product is designed to

  • Have a smartphone app builder to create your own iOS and Android app.
  • Have a Bluetooth version and a Wifi version.
  • Be FCC & CE certified.
  • Be programmed using Arduino IDE.
  • Be low cost for you to make profit when you sell it.

If you want to sell your Arduino projects in small quantities, and don’t want to go through the hassle of production and testing, fill in the survey below to get a free board when it’s out, and get 10% off on all items in 1Sheeld store.

Update (Jan 31 2017): All free boards were allocated to makers, we cannot provide any more free dev. boards. Fill in the form below to be the first to know when we launch the product.




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