With these kits you’ll learn a lot about how thing are made and you’ll also upgrade your soldering skills to the next level (all these kits require soldering).
This DIY oscilloscope kit is a great alternative if you can’t afford a “real” oscilloscope. You’ll not obtain high-end results, but it will perform great in your DIY projects. To build the oscilloscope you need to have some basic knowledge about electronics.
This transistor tester kit you’ll build automatically detects PNP and NPN bipolar transistor, N, P-channel MOSFET, JFET field effect transistors, diodes, resistors, capacitors, and inductors. You can read our review about this kit here. Or you can watch the video review below.
This kit comes with everything you need to build an LED alarm clock, including the acrylic shell. The clock you’ll build comes with the following features: light control function, date and week display, voice chime on every hour, displays temperature, alarm clock, power off memory and much more.
This kit comes with all the necessary components you need to build an 8x8x8 LED cube. The final result is just awesome: all those tiny LEDs making cool visual effects. We’ve made a video review that shows the final result and how to assemble the cube.
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