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Kitronik create high quality products and resources for education and makers.

We specialise in electronic project kits and also stock the microbit and a range of accessories, plywood, e-textiles, Perspex, clocks and much more.

We aim to inspire & engage people of all abilities to further their knowledge of Electronics, Coding & Design by offering a well designed, well manufactured, innovative product range and free resources. All backed by detailed product descriptions, knowledgeable staff and fast delivery.

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3W Class D Stereo Amplifier Case - Leon Fortt

3W Class D Stereo Amplifier Case - Leon Fortt

Leon Fortt of Langley Park School for Boys in Beckenham sent in these pictures of a stylish enclosure he made for one of our 3W Class D Stereo Amplifier Kits. It's a great example of how you can take a kit and turn it into a useful item that would look great on a desk, shelf, or anywhere else for that matter. ... Read more

5V LED Desk Lamp Kit - Fleming Fulton School

5V LED Desk Lamp Kit - Fleming Fulton School

Phil Maxwell of Fleming Fulton School in Belfast sent in these great photographs built around our 5V LED Desk Lamp Kits. The excellent lamps were designed and made by Year 9 students. Each lamp is built around a wooden frame, with a 3D printed collar and finally finished with laser etched inserts.   Fleming Fulton School Year 9 Lamp Gallery: ... Read more

May The Fourth Be With You!

May The Fourth Be With You!

It's not all work work work here at Kitronik HQ. Sometimes it's fun work fun! Which is the case this may the fourth, or Star Wars day as it is commonly known. James, in product design, has been squeezing in some AT-AT building between his other tasks. The majority of the build consists of 3D printed parts, with servo assisted limbs. The servos are being controlled with a microbit, via one of our 16 servo control boards.   May The Fourth Be With You Gallery! We've taken a few pictures to... Read more

The Five Minute microbit Guide

The Five Minute microbit Guide

The five minute microbit guide is for you if you can answer yes to the following two questions. Firstly, do you have at least five minutes to learn something new? Second, do you want to learn how to use a microbit? If you scored two yeses then we can now proceed. First of all, we cover the essential topics required to get you up and running. And finally, there are a couple of links at the end to point you to more free guides to help you develop as a coder.   The Five Minute microbit Guide:    You... Read more

How To Make A Laser Cut Map

How To Make A Laser Cut Map

We wanted some new artwork for the office walls when we move to our new premises next month and last weekend I had spent the day with family at Highfields Park boating lake. I decided this would make an interesting piece for a laser cut map as the contrast between the water and land is easy to show. The same technique could be used for any area with both water and land in it. Learn how to: Edit an area of a map ready for laser cutting. Make a distinctive map of a lake near you. Level of difficulty: Intermediate.... Read more