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  • BBC micro:bit
  • Same day dispatch if ordered before 3pm
  • Electronic project kits
  • Free Delivery to the UK*
  • Materials for makers
  • Kitronik University
  • Robox 3D Printers
  • E-Textiles and conductive thead
  • BBC micro:bit resources
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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Kitronik Are Moving To A New HQ - Key Dates

Kitronik Are Moving To A New HQ - Key Dates

It had to happen sooner or later but we've now outgrown our current HQ and we are moving home! A new HQ has been sourced and is now being prepared for our arrival. The move will allow us to expand our stocked range of products significantly. We've got a strict roadmap to follow that will ensure that we can move the entire business with only the smallest of interruptions to service. Please see below for a list of the key dates.   We Are Moving To A New HQ - Key Dates For Your Diary: The move... Read more

ZIP LEDs Experiment 10 - Using A Potentiometer

ZIP LEDs Experiment 10 - Using A Potentiometer

ZIP LEDs Experiment 10 for the ZIP LEDs Add-On Pack for the Kitronik Inventors Kit for the microbit. This experiment covers how to use a potentiometer to control the speed at which an LED spins around a ring. This experiment is not in the booklet and is only available online. The Inventors Kit for the BBC microbit and the ZIP LED add-on contains all of the parts required for this experiment. It is possible to source the parts yourself but special attention should be given when powering the experiment.... Read more

FREE :GAME ZIP 64 Cases - 3D Printed/Laser Cut

FREE :GAME ZIP 64 Cases - 3D Printed/Laser Cut

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. The LEDs used in the :GAME ZIP 64 for the BBC microbit are incredibly bright – we even use tinted Perspex in our test jigs. So, these cases and screen covers are designed to make them easier on the eyes.   FREE :GAME ZIP 64 Cases - 3D Printed/Laser Cut: I used Autodesk Fusion 360 to create a model of the :GAME ZIP 64 which I used to... Read more

Custom Kitronik :GAME ZIP 64 MakeCode Blocks

Custom Kitronik :GAME ZIP 64 MakeCode Blocks

We have just added our new custom :GAME ZIP 64 MakeCode Blocks to the Microsoft MakeCode Editor. The 14 blocks are specifically designed to make coding games as quick and painless as possible. Writing games can be very challenging and time-consuming, especially if you are new to coding. These blocks have been specifically designed to meet these challenges. The :GAME ZIP 64 allows you to take microbit gaming to the next level, in addition, the new blocks will help you get there more easily.   Adding :GAME... Read more

Basic Laser Cutting Guide - Laser Cut Animals

Basic Laser Cutting Guide - Laser Cut Animals

This is a basic laser cutting guide to show you how to turn images into DXF laser files ready for your cutter. In addition, we used Inkscape to sketch out a little stand so that once cut we could show off our laser cut animals in the best possible light!   A lot of this was inspired by seeing more and more custom acrylic jewellery and ornaments popping up, and, it is so simple to make. Let's move on to making our Laser cut animals!   Basic Laser Cutting Guide - Make A Laser Cut Animals: This... Read more