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Soldering Tutorial

Soldering Tutorial – How to Solder Here’s a beginner’s guide to soldering tutorial. From this you’ll learn how to solder. If you want to make anything that involves an Arduino, raspberry pi or any kind of circuitry, the odds are that you are going to have to solder something to… Read More »

Categories: Soldering Kit Tutorials

Arduino Based Voltage Meter

I was looking at making some videos on Arduino development, and while planning the recording sessions, I thought about using a web-cam to show a multi-meter screen to show readings on a circuit. While this would not be too difficult to arrange, I thought ‘What if I could read the… Read More »

Categories: Arduino, Programming

Day of the Geek Badge

This is a short guide on how to assemble the day of the geek badge. First up you need to check that you have everything you need: Included: Skull PCB 20mm Battery holder LEDs Pin back Not included: CR2032 Battery Soldering Iron Solder Pliers Flush cutters Step 1. Place the… Read More »

Categories: Halloween, Soldering Kit Tutorials

Amp:bit Headphone and Speaker Add On

Tutorial Description   This short video introduces the amp:bit. This product is the easiest way to hook up a set of headphones or speakers to your BBC micro:bit. Simply plug the micro:bit into the amp:bit and then plug in your headphones! Alternatively, you can solder a PC speaker directly to… Read More »

Categories: Microbit Tutorials

Nightlight Kit

Tutorial Description This short video, we will show you how to assemble our Nightlight soldering kit. This is an intermediate (not an intermittent) soldering kit due to the mechanical construction of the box part of the kit. This should take from 10-30 minutes to assemble.

Categories: Soldering Kit Tutorials

Simon Says Board for BBC Micro:bit

Tutorial Description   This video introduces the simon:says board for micro:bit. The fully assembled add-on board helps to turn your micro:bit into a Simon Says game. Simply program it and you’re good to go!  

Categories: Microbit Tutorials