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Piqabrick update Administrator Posts: 2,613
edited November 2019 in articles
Piqabrick update

A few weeks ago we told you about Piqabrick, a part identification system on Kickstarter. It is now 60% funded with 11 days to go, so there's a good chance that it will reach its funding target.

Over the weekend I was exhibiting my GBCs at the Bricks in Florence Festival in Italy and while there I met up with its creators, Stefano and Claudio, who demonstrated it to me. Having seen it for myself, I can say categorically that it works!

They very kindly gave me the prototype unit they were using for the demonstration so I can test and review it at home, so I will be doing so later this week.

Find out more about how it could save you time identifying parts, particularly printed pieces and minifigs, after the break, and if Piqabrick piques your interest you can back the project on Kickstarter.

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