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  • Offcut Art From Your Laser Cutter

    Anyone who’s used a laser cutter knows the satisfying moment where all of the parts fall out of the sheet. But the sheet itself sometimes leaves a fantastic pattern that seems a shame to throw away. Display a piece of your favourite projects and save waste material with this easy bonus project!
  • Supersizing The microbit megabit For BETT

    For this year's show, the micro:bit foundation wanted to have a pair of more visible micro:bits for their stand. Kitronik often works closely with the foundation, and so when we were asked if we could help with such a fun thing, of course, we said yes. The brief was to make a mega:bit, but even more MEGA sized.
  • On The Move With microbit Case & Accessories Options

    Break free from the shackles of your workspace with our range of microbit Case & Accessories Options. If you need to cut the cord from your laptop and go mobile there are plenty of options currently available. This guide is to help you explore the possibilities and find a solution that is right for your project. 
  • 3D Printed Pocket Sized Mono Amp Case

    Put some music in your hands with this pocket sized 3D printed mono amp case. This fun build keeps each step simple but offers loads of customisation options. We can’t wait to see what you can do with it!
  • microbit Games - Controlling Movement On The LED Matrix

    Do you have an urge to write some microbit games but don't know how to start, maybe we can help. Learning how to code some basic gaming functions could be all you need to overcome coders block. Today we are going to take it back to basics and learn a couple of key concepts. Processing user input and also taking control of the LED matrix, both required knowledge if you want to create engaging games.
  • Teachers Lesson Plans For STOP:bit For microbit

    Unlock your students potential with these 3 free Lesson Plans for our STOP:bit for the BBC microbit. Students will learn how to code traffic lights and pedestrian crossings with these classroom ready teaching resources.
  • Teachers Lesson Plan For LAMP:bit For microbit

    Unlock your students potential with this free Lesson Plan for our LAMP:bit for the BBC microbit. Students will learn how to code a street light that also reacts to ambient light levels with this classroom ready teaching resource.
  • NTU Designing With E-textiles Course 8 - 10th July 2019

    On the 8 - 10th July 2019, NTU is running a 3 day designing with e-textiles course. The Tutor for the course will be Sarah Walker, a PhD researcher and university lecturer at Nottingham Trent University. Sarah is an expert in textile design, e-textile design, and innovation management and has also run many smart textile workshops.
  • 6 Lesson Plans For ZIP Halo For BBC microbit

    Unlock your students potential with these 6 free Lesson Plans for ZIP Halo for the BBC microbit. These resources are classroom ready but they can also be used by anyone who wants to learn how to use the addressable LEDs of the ZIP Halo.
  • Back to the (Walnut Veneer) Drawing Board

    To show off our newest range of veneered MDF materials, we’ve created this adjustable laser cut drawing board. We love all your designs submitted to our gallery, but great ideas have to start somewhere. 
  • 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 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 within.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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