The DocuBricks editor
helps you to easily create a good documentation that is modular and explained along functionality.
Consider also the best practise guide.
All uploads to this repository must be based on the DocuBricks format. This enables modular sharing,
better readability and community quality management.
Example: Ball bearing dispenser
Cite and track impact
The projects in our repository can receive a free DOI,
to cite them in a scientific context. Soon you will be able to monitor the impact and reuse of your project
Make your project more detectable by linking it to other web pages. You may also read the collection of
Impact Tools for Open Science Hardware.
Example: Open Microscope and Publication
Create hardware successfully
Inventors submitting to this repository care about quality documentations, enabling you to recreate the
hardware or protocol successfully. We manage user expectations with tags and a
Example: Open Gelbox
Improve and reuse projects
With the DocuBricks editor,
you can reuse modular components of other projects, extend them or easily rewrite a documentation
for a different target group. You will also soon be able to add your comments to an existing documentation
online. We are a supportive community: Most our users inform inventors when they use their project and thus
make sharing worthwhile.
Collaborate: Share your design files, images and usage protocols with your collaborators and
support each other with comments during design iteration cycles. Allow the community to provide feedback and
help you with your work.
Join and support our open source initiative: We develop our tools open source. Join us, contribute
tools and let us know if you have improvement suggestions. We also appreciate donations
to support our effort.