A $1.5M Kickstarter Project Fails, Leaving Most Backers Without Their 3D Printer

Interesting news in TC:

http://techcrunch.com/2015/10/14/a-1-5m-kickstarter-project-fails-leaving-most-backers-without-their-3d-printer/

Is this high profile and high value project failing to deliver a marketing and image blow to Kickstarter? Can it be interpreted as a sign that the bubble is starting to weaken and show its age. Or is this simply bad news about a single KS project?

One Thought on “A $1.5M Kickstarter Project Fails, Leaving Most Backers Without Their 3D Printer

  1. Micro View – need Macro numbers & %’s. Besides a company with the word Pirate in the name? More interestingly, (to me of course ;-), is the question of: B2B-oriented crowd funding? ideas welcome or maybe we should talk.

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