imgres-2With just a few hours left in its Kickstarter campaign, Makerarm has raised $429,716 exceeding its initial goal of $349,750.

Austin-based Makerarm has created a complete digital fabrication system that is a sleek and slender robotic arm that can serve as a 3D printer, laser cutter, ink printer, fabrication and assembly machine. The product is aimed at makers and it looks like it has met a need in a marketplace.

The company offered its Makerarm early on for just $999 but those went super quick. It is currently selling the makerarm for $1,399, which is still 50 percent off its retail price.

Female co-founder Zaib Husain serves as the company’s CEO and Azam Shahani is also a co-founder and serves as its Chief Technology Officer.

Correction: an earlier version of this story incorrectly reported the total number of dollars MakerArm has raised through its Kickstarter campaign.