This simple guide shows you how you can easily add a solar powered recharging circuit to our new Kitronik LED Strip with Solder Free Connections. If you are going to create an enclosure for the kit this resource will allow you to include a sustainable power source in your design. Find out more...
This adorable little plush rabbit is made from felt, coloured with markers and stuffed with cotton batting, and is a nice easy project in and of itself! Add in a linear actuator powered by our Movement Module, hide the battery box and linear actuator inside a top-hat, and you have an easy magic trick! Learn how...
Emma shows you how to make a solar-powered jam jar lamp. At the time of writing, the sun is just beginning to wind up for summer, so it's the perfect time for this project! We've got a complete list of the parts we used, a free DXF download, and instructions on how you can make your own!
We're back with another project! This one is inspired by the beginning of Spring 2021, and features a couple of more advanced techniques. We've got all of the usual links to the materials and a free DXF download. The key to the whole build is the transparent polypropylene, it's amazing what applying some heat can do!
Find out which Kitronik Amp kit is right for you with this Amplifier Kit Comparison guide. There are seven kits included, and each amp has very unique features. Whether the kit is destined for the classroom or the home lab, this guide will help you choose a kit that suits your needs.
In this resource, we show you how to make a cool Scandinavian style lampshade using our sustainable 3mm laser cork. One of the great things about making things out of our laser cork is that it's flexible, this means all the parts stay together with a friction fit. So, no glue, no screws, just cork!
Since its launch, the Kitronik Mono Amp has been one of our most popular kits, especially in the classroom. It’s quick and easy to build and delivers great results. It also offers a fantastic platform for designing custom enclosures. Whilst visiting schools recently, we learned that there was an opportunity for us to improve the kit for you.
We have made a design that can be downloaded and laser cut using plywood, forming a plate on top of the Xylophone Kit (see image below). This is in...
Over the next few weeks, we are showing you how we made our Team Memory game that debuted at the Maker Faire UK 2015.
Circuits don't have to be hard, cold and made entirely of metal and plastic they can be soft, cute, colourful, creative and even fluffy
This one stop page features all of our teaching resources for our own kits and modules, as well as cutting files, and other resources for kits we sell. Find out more!
Dark Activated Colour Changing Night Light demo video.
Colour Changing LED demo video.
Saturday 17th November: Ask Kitronik is your chance to ask us a question on just about anything (though hopefully electronics or design related).
On Saturday 17th November 2012 we held an Ask Kitronik Live event, giving you the chance to ask us a question on just about anything (though hopefully electronics or design related). Here are our responses...
A video about our Component Kits taken from our Ask Kitronik Live event 2012.
A video about Force Sensors taken from our Ask Kitronik Live event 2012.
A video about transmitters and receivers taken from our Ask Kitronik Live event 2012.
A video about Power Switches taken from our Ask Kitronik Live event 2012.
A video about our LED Strips taken from our Ask Kitronik Live event 2012.