Ben Cartwright is creating electronics and rocket engines
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Hi! I’m Ben, and I'm an electronic engineer, specialising in space systems and astronautics.  I’m working as a researcher until July ’17, conducting research and development of CCD astronomy technology.

My favourite hobby is designing and building things. Over the last few years, I’ve had the opportunity to work on a huge selection of projects, ranging from Arduino microcontroller electronics, through Hyperloop, to remote sensing instrumentation in orbit around the Sun.

This Patreon is largely to help fund development and manufacture for my two main project lines: the Ahi-I experimental rocket engine and the Lancer II atmospheric research platform.
You can find more information about them both on my website.
Rewards
Just a fan
$1 or more per month 0 patrons
A huge thank you for any support you can give!
Enthusiast
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
Access to regular Patreon-only updates as my projects progress, as well as high quality photography from test campaigns.
Technician
$15 or more per month 0 patrons
All previous reward tiers, plus:

-Personal credit on my website

-Your name on hardware used in Ahi-I test campaigns

-A short message (140 chars or less) flown on a Lancer II avionics test

Junior Flight Engineer
$40 or more per month 0 patrons
All previous reward tiers, plus:

-Signed print from a shot from near-space captured during any suitable Lancer II flight test

Senior Flight Engineer
$100 or more per month 0 patrons
All previous reward tiers, plus:

-Lancer II mission patch, as seen on https://artech.space/missions/ 

-Signed print from photography taken during Ahi-I hot fires

Skydiver
$175 or more per month 0 patrons
All above reward tiers, plus:

-A small object of your choice will fly on a Lancer II test

Rocket Scientist
$250 or more per month 0 patrons
All previous reward tiers, plus:

-A piece of decommissioned hardware from Ahi-I once first test campaigns conclude

Goals
$0 of $40 per month
$40 per month will allow me to sustain the online presence of my projects and dedicate all of my own funding to the builds themselves, as well as purchasing small components.
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Hi! I’m Ben, and I'm an electronic engineer, specialising in space systems and astronautics.  I’m working as a researcher until July ’17, conducting research and development of CCD astronomy technology.

My favourite hobby is designing and building things. Over the last few years, I’ve had the opportunity to work on a huge selection of projects, ranging from Arduino microcontroller electronics, through Hyperloop, to remote sensing instrumentation in orbit around the Sun.

This Patreon is largely to help fund development and manufacture for my two main project lines: the Ahi-I experimental rocket engine and the Lancer II atmospheric research platform.
You can find more information about them both on my website.

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Rewards
Just a fan
$1 or more per month 0 patrons
A huge thank you for any support you can give!
Enthusiast
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
Access to regular Patreon-only updates as my projects progress, as well as high quality photography from test campaigns.
Technician
$15 or more per month 0 patrons
All previous reward tiers, plus:

-Personal credit on my website

-Your name on hardware used in Ahi-I test campaigns

-A short message (140 chars or less) flown on a Lancer II avionics test

Junior Flight Engineer
$40 or more per month 0 patrons
All previous reward tiers, plus:

-Signed print from a shot from near-space captured during any suitable Lancer II flight test

Senior Flight Engineer
$100 or more per month 0 patrons
All previous reward tiers, plus:

-Lancer II mission patch, as seen on https://artech.space/missions/ 

-Signed print from photography taken during Ahi-I hot fires

Skydiver
$175 or more per month 0 patrons
All above reward tiers, plus:

-A small object of your choice will fly on a Lancer II test

Rocket Scientist
$250 or more per month 0 patrons
All previous reward tiers, plus:

-A piece of decommissioned hardware from Ahi-I once first test campaigns conclude