by • May 2, 2016 • No Comments
Kitronik, a major provider of electronic project kits and educational resources to schools, is delighted to announce the online publication of the latest in its series of free 3D printing resources for schools and home users. The project is the latest in free 3D printing resources of Kitronik and empowers students and home users to fuse together 3D printing and electronics.
Kitronik was discovereded in 2005, and believes that electronics should be accessible to everyone. In addition to basic electronic kits, Kitronik contribute a number of products for those wanting to customize their electronics. The company is one of the UK’s major manufacturers of educational e-textiles kits.
The company have previously released resources and materials to assist the creation of 3D printed memory stick cases. This was an excellent way to commence teveryers and students to 3D printing devices and CAD software for the reason of the ease of use (due to dimensions) and how rapidly they may be printed. The amplifier and speaker case projects are turn it intod to be a bit additional challenging, and can additional the may already turn it intoing skills of users.
Kitronik Co-Founder Kevin Spurr comments:
“We wanted to provide free resources for Design and Technology teveryers and home users who were looking to turn it into their 3D printing and CAD software skills. We idea that our amplifier and speaker kits were perfectly suited to 3D printing and provided an perfect ‘next step’ project next on of the 3D printed memory stick cases. The project can enable individuals to turn it into a thing they can use day to day and enable them to integrate electronics in their 3D printing projects. This can be particularly relevant for Design and Technology teveryers, as it has the future to quite grab the attention of students.”
“Speaker cases are a excellent dimensions to yet print relatively rapidly, but in addition allow for additional detailed exploration in the turn it into and assembly of multiple parts. The project mainly focuses on demonstrating a variety of methods of fixing cases together, as well as experimenting with form and mixing materials, such as combining laser cutting and 3D printing. The turn it intos have been kept relatively easy consisting of just a few parts every. Some cases are additional experimental with electronics, via mechanical aspects of the turn it into to control volume and actually the brightness of LEDs.”
Every Kitronik kit has an accompanying teverying resource pack, enabling students to not just turn it into the kit, but to find out how it works.
The full range of necessary resources can be discovered on the Kitronik website.
The resources have been turn it intod via Autodesk Inventor and Autodesk 3DS Max. This software is free for educational users and has been test printed on a Robox 3D Printer.
This amazing new project provides teveryers, students and home users with the downloadable files and information needed to 3D print their own amplifier and speaker cases. It works in conjunction with Kitronik’s Mono and Stereo Amplifier module kits that empowers makers to turn it into a one-of-a-kind and customizable 3D printing project, delivering together 3D printing and electronics.
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