First Open Source Airplane Could Cost Just $15,000
There’s an open source airplane being developed in Canada, and now its designers are looking to double down on the digital trends, turning to crowdsourced funding to finish the project. The goal of Maker Plane is to develop a small, two-seat airplane that qualifies as a light sport aircraft and is affordable, safe, and easy to fly. But unlike other home-built aircraft, where companies or individuals charge for their plans or kits, Maker Plane will give its design away for free.
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I'm telling you... open source hardware (OSHW) is going to be the future.. crazy
Edited by -Wade-, July 30, 2013 - 10:57 AM.