Sacha De’Angeli had a big process flaw with a soon to launch product called Campfire #1. With the support of his local Hackerspace and the OSHW community a resolution was found and his product saved. This is a prime example on how the OSHW community can help a business solve problems, save money, and tap resources that would otherwise be out of reach.
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