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Integrated Workflow

Draw schematics, source parts, simulate circuits, and layout PCBs all in one tool that always stays in sync.

Stacked abstract circuits

Reusable Blocks

Never start a project from scratch again. Like Github, Flux makes building upon the work of others easy.

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Modern Collaboration

Unlock new collaborative workflows and tear down information silos with modern version control, commenting, and real-time design reviews. 

Where hardware comes together. 👊

Whether you're building a simple circuit board or designing hardware for the next Mars mission, Flux is where great hardware projects are born.

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What is Flux?

Flux is a browser-based end-to-end electronic design tool that breaks down barriers.

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💚 Our beta users already love us.
Gabe Ochoa
Squarespace
"The electronics design software space sorely needs good tools with good UX that are designed for a "software first" age.
This is so cool!"
Vijay Pradeep
CEO of Virtana
"The Flux platform is definitely quite slick. The
collaboration feature alone is incredibly useful."
Vishal Chandra
Glue Labs
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"If this can enable open source hardware and reusable circuit modules,
that would be awesome!"
Nick Parker
Praxis Mfg
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"This is Figma for circuit design - ridiculously slick software in a space where everyone else's UX is stuck in 2005.
I'm beyond hyped to see this take over!"

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