Thelio, Thelio Major, Thelio Massive, and Thelio Io are OSHWA certified open source hardware.
Licensed under GPL v3 and CC-BY-SA, everyone can learn from what we’ve created, adapt it, improve it, and make derivative works inspired by the Thelio design. We hope Thelio can be a spark for open source hardware, just as GNU and Linux were the sparks that forever changed the way software was developed and shared nearly three decades ago. Thelio and Thelio Io design files are hosted on GitHub.
DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN COLORADO
US-sourced wood and aluminum are formed, finished, etched, and built by artisans in our Denver, Colorado factory. Premium components from around the world are then assembled to your final specifications. And to offset environmental impact, every Thelio sold plants a tree with the National Forest Foundation.
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