Our goal is to produce cost effective and innovative products that makes our Customer’s life easier in terms of user friendliness and accessibility.

Dan met Paul met through the 3D printing community while developing the Personal Particle Accelerator kit.  Paul was experiencing the short comings of the K40 laser and working on his first product which later led to the range of Gerbil controllers to solve similar issues with laser and CNC machines.

They’ve joined forces to create Awesome.Tech and share their passion for technology with the world. They have completed three successful Kickstarters and still going strong.

Jo is Dan’s daughter that gave him the inspiration to turn her school project into a STEM educational Kit.  Jo is the imagination and inspiration behind her ambitious particle accelerator – here’s the story.

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Who inspires us?

We’re inspired by those who teach and enable the broader community to participate in science, technology, engineering and maths.  Here are our favourites:

Jacob Strickling – Science teach extraordinaire, founder of Make Science Fun.  His popular videos, books and science resources help take us all forward in style.
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Kalid Azad – started the Better Explained website as a great way to get more intuitive about maths.

Sparkfun – the Maker friendly electronics company that puts the world’s greatest high tech electronics into the hands of the community.

Adafruit – the fun and friendly electronics company advancing electronics education and open source.

Contact

Get in touch at the email address below and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.  Or sign up to use the K40 forum on awesome.tech

We look forward to hearing from you!