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OSCEdays is an open, distributed and globally connected event. Experts, enthusiasts and innovators from across the globe work together in order to exchange ideas and solutions – prototyping systems, products and designs for an Open Source Circular Economy.

Picture the OSCEdays has a distributed hackathon exploring Open Source for a Circular Economy!

On June 9 this year, 70+ locations will simultaneously organise workshops, teardowns, co-design and prototyping in various cities across the globe. The main areas of research are:


At Wikifab we felt the need to help the OSCEdays hardware projects to document and share their instructions in order to enable collaboration and conversation among the antennas.

We drafted a topic on the OSCEdays community forum that contains ‘best practices’ for writing a good technical documentation, find it here. It an open forum so feel free to join the discussion 😉


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Wikifab, the open source hardware documentation platform is in beta version. Everybody can join it. You just need a Wikifab account, so ask for your early access if you don’t have one!

We’ve been focused on three things to simplify DIY project documentation:

#1. The friendliest and simplest user interface of any documentation tool.

#2. A powerful search engine to allow users search for a project by difficulty, duration, cost or list of materials.

#3. A page history that contains a list of the tutorial’s changes, including the date and time of each edit and the username of the user who made it.

What happens now?

Wikifab is in development and we believe we’re just getting started on our mission. Our goal is to empower individuals to share their technical knowledge with the rest of the world.

We will continue to launch additional features that make this product even better. We’d love your feedback. To become part of the conversation, ask questions or receive help, join our discourse chat room

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On, you will learn, step by step, how to make your own 3D Printer for under $100.

You will also learn, step by step, how to use a 3D printer and you will be able to download 3D models for free.

Call for maker : You know how to make a 3D Printer and want to share your knowledge with the rest of the world ? contact us and have your tutorial featured on wikifab homepage (

Photo credit : Watch the trailer or download the full on

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The platform is under-construction. Today, we want to share with you the list of categories in which the tutorials will be sorted.

There are 19 categories :

  • 3D printing & 3D scanning
  • Arduino & Raspberry pi
  • Art
  • Artisans & Craft
  • Drones
  • Education
  • Energy & Sustainability
  • Fabrication & Furnitures
  • Fashion & Wearables
  • Food & Agriculture
  • Games
  • Hacks
  • Internet of Things
  • Kids & Education
  • Music & Sound
  • Recycling  & Upcycling
  • Robotics
  • Science & Biology
  • Wellness & Healthcare

This list is evolutive. Since wikifab is a wiki, anyone will have the opportunity to add or modify a category.

What do you think ? Did you easily find your area of competences ?

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On, you will learn, step by step, how to create a Radio Controlled Drone by yourself.

Call for maker : You know how to make a RC Drone and want to share your knowledge with the rest of the world ? contact us and have your DIY tutorial to make a Drone featured on wikifab homepage (

Photo credit : Watch the trailer or download the full on

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This thursday we were lapaillasse​ to go deeper into the camp and to meet some of the candidates. It was also the first time we pitched the project.

We are so excited to see that the project meets great interests among the visitors. We also receive useful advices and great support…

What a fresh energy to help us pursue our mission !

For more information : 


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Help us to make the best template to create standardized tutorials. See our first proposals below and share your thoughts with us.

On the tutorial’s header, we propose to displayed the following informations :

  • Tutorial title
  • Short description
  • Type of tutorial
  • Category
  • Duration
  • Difficulty
  • Cost
  • A picture of the final product
  • An author box
  • The creative common license
  • The list of the tools
  • The list of materials

Each step will be composed of :

  • a title
  • a content
  • from 1 to 3 pictures

Additional functionalities :

  • A button to follow a tutorial
  • A button to follow an author
  • An “I dit it !” counter
  • An “Add to favorite” button
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