f you have a passion for music, design, and 3D printing, Kitronik has a fun way for you to get your groove on all around. It’s not surprising to see this innovation coming from the UK company committed to empowering the younger generations with electronics and resources, generally in the form of fun and educational DIY projects.
While most of us enjoy jamming out to some tunes, music is usually something that students appreciate in a fairly constant fashion—and tricking out an amplifier is definitely the perfect project for engaging the younger generation in an educational project that brings together integrated learning as it combines both electronics and 3D printing.
Being introduced as the latest project in their free 3D printing resources for schools and home users, the 3D printed amplifier and case are available online. Both the free files and instructions are available for download, also working with the Kitronik Mono and Stereo Amplifier module kits. This allows for students to enjoy all the benefits to be derived from 3D printing, including enormous opportunity for customization, the ability to make an item on their own from the desktop, and of course—affordability.
This project is designed to offer more challenge than some of Kitronik’s previous project offerings, allowing young designers to expand their skillsets further. Read More…