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ZIP Tile For microbit Bike Light By Isaac Gosrani

ZIP Tile For microbit Bike Light By Isaac Gosrani

Isaac shows you how he designed and made a ZIP Tile for microbit bike light. The light features adjustable brightness and also works as a brake light using the microbit's accelerometer. It is constructed from laser cut Perspex. As always, you can download Isaac's DXF file and take it straight to the laser cutter. This guest blog has been made by our work experience student Isaac: "My name's Isaac Gosrani and I'm a year 10 work experience student from Fernwood school, Wollaton. During my time... Read more

Building the MeArm Robotic Arm for Arduino, Pi & microbit

Building the MeArm Robotic Arm for Arduino, Pi & microbit

Ben delivers a video walkthrough of building the MeArm robotic arm for Arduino, RaspberryPi and microbit. See every step of the assembly up close. If you've never tackled this build before, this walkthrough will be invaluable. The MeArm is a flatpack robot arm that you can build with nothing but a screwdriver and enthusiasm. Here we demonstrate building the Arduino compatible version, but the physical build is the same for the RaspberryPi and microbit version.   Building the MeArm Robotic... Read more

Robotics Board London Eye & Turbine - BETT 2019 Part 5

Robotics Board London Eye & Turbine - BETT 2019 Part 5

The last in our Kitronik :city builds from Bett 2019 is the microbit and Robotics board controlled London Eye and Wind Turbine. Take a look behind the scenes at how we put it together. If you want to have a go at this yourself, all of the files you need are included below. Our new robotics board powered both the London eye with a stepper motor, and its own building on the opposite side of the river featuring a servo, motor, and LED in its wind turbine. It’s a seriously capable piece of kit... Read more

microbit Servo Driver Tower Bridge - BETT 2019 Part 4

microbit Servo Driver Tower Bridge - BETT 2019 Part 4

At the centre of our Kitronik :CITY layout we had at BETT 2019 was our microbit controlled model of Tower Bridge. The model featured our 16 servo driver board. We demonstrate how we made it and also how you can make one for yourself.   In this model we used: BBC microbit. 16 Servo driver board. 2x Metal gear mini servos. 30cm Servo extension cable. 3mm MDF. 6mm MDF. 4mm Dowel. M3 Screws and Nuts. Download the DXF files.   microbit Servo Driver Tower Bridge - BETT 2019 Part 4: Designing: Designing... Read more

Klimate, microbit and ZIP Halo Big Ben - BETT 2019 Part 3

Klimate, microbit and ZIP Halo Big Ben - BETT 2019 Part 3

For part 3 of our microbit Kitronik:City build for Bett 2019 we take a look at Big Ben. Our Big Ben model is the largest on the Kitronik :CITY layout we had at BETT. In this behind the scenes, we’ll look at how we made it and how to use the new Klimate environment sensor board for BBC microbit in your own projects. This was a seriously big build, to complete it we used: 5x BBC micro:bit. 4x ZIP HALO with ZIP Circle extensions. Klimate environment sensor board. Motor driver board. Stacking... Read more