Learn how to create fantastic 3D printed models with these free 3D printing resources. Many of the featured resources also contain free downloads so you can get making straight away.
We have created some fantastic free :GAME ZIP 64 cases resources to make your gamer stand out. Use a 3D printer or laser cutter to make these great cases. Find out how!
We've recently released the Windup torch kit, which is a great way to learn about electronics and alternative power sources. It also lends itself perfectly to enclosure design projects, students can be tasked with designing a case and handle.
In this 3D Printed Desktop Fan Resource we show you how to design and 3D print a stylish enclosure for our new easy build USB Fan Kit. For the budding designers, we’ve included a walk-through of our process from concept to finished product that you can use for inspiration for your own designs.
Learn how to design a 3D printed Bluetooth amplifier case for our newly released. Bluetooth Amplifier Kit. We give you insight into how we designed a case and we've included our files as a free download.
With Halloween just a few weeks away there is no better time to begin planning your spooky making activities, we thought we would get in nice and early this year and share some of ideas. We've got a few Halloween 3D printing and laser cutting projects to help get you in the mood and maybe give you a few ideas too!
This 3D printed lamp resource has been designed for the 5v LED lamp kit. This enclosure shows that even with a prototype style manufacturing platform, it is possible to produce production quality products.
When designing the 3D printed add-ons we had two main aims; that they maintained our Robot Wars theme and that they could be printed easily. Our additional goals were to create two team colour schemes and that each buggy had it's own personality.
This resource has been designed to show how you can use our Mono and stereo amplifier module kits as the basis for a 3D printing project.
This resource has been designed to show how you can use our uncased memory stick modules as the basis for a 3D printing project. A memory stick is a great place to start when learning how to use 3D Printers and CAD software. This is because they are small in size, meaning they are quick to print (when compared to larger designs), but can still offer a wide range of learning and design experiences.
This Kitronik University resource is part of the BBC micro:bit partnership and features FREE downloadable CAD files in relation to the BBC micro:bit. These downloadable files are available in three different formats and have been made using Autodesk's Inventor Professional.
This Kitronik University resource is part of the BBC micro:bit partnership and will show you how to 3D print your very own BBC micro:bit case. It has been produced in conjunction with our friends at Robox. We are currently working on this project, it will be available later on this summer. In the meantime enjoy this sneak preview!
This Kitronik University Course contains a range of projects to make with your 3D printer. If you want to get the most out of your 3D printer then...
Print your own cases and accessories with our 'designed for Kitronik' 3D models.