The KiCad 2022 Fund Drive is here!
Donate now to support the development of KiCad in 2023
$100,000 TOTAL

Made With KiCad

These are some KiCad designed projects that have been made by users. If you want to be featured along the other showcases on this page please submit a merge request on GitLab if you meet the contributing guidelines for requirements on adding a project!


Jan-Erik Matthies

The JEMTech-ILDA-Node is a 16 bit 6 channel DAC for ILDA up to 400kpps.

This Project is a DAC (digital to analog converter) which generates six differential signals based on the ILDA (International Laser Display Association) ISP-DB25 standard. The DAC is contolled via SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) bus.

View Project

JuicyBoard Labs

JuicyBoard from Labs is an open source modular robotics platform that can be used to build custom 3D printers, CNC machines and more.

View Project

LABDOS - semiconductor based ionising radiation spectrometer

Universal Scientific Technologies s.r.o. (UST)

LABDOS01 is an open-source spectrometer-dosimeter based on a silicon PIN diode and is intended for scientific research and experimental purposes. A USB-C port or JST-GH connector secures power and communication. The device can be used statically (located in a specific place e.g. laboratory or base) or in mobile applications (such as cars or UAVs). The spectrometer is housed in a 3D printed box, which brings essential mechanical resistance and allows future development of user enclosures and new integrations.

The aim of LABDOS01 is to make an open-source, accessible, high-quality, reliable, and straightforward measuring device - a radiation energy spectrometer for the scientific community.

View Project

Librem 5 Dev Kit


The Librem 5 Dev Kit is a smartphone developer kit that is used by software developers to create apps and other software for the final Librem 5 GNU/Linux smartphone. The baseboard design uses an i.MX 8M System-On-Module (SOM), a SIMCom SIM7100A/E baseband modem mPCIe module, and a RedPine RS9116 WiFi+BT M.2 module. It includes a 720x1440 capacitive touch LCD, a dual-role capable USB-C port, a Mini-HDMI port, an RJ45 ethernet port, a 3.5mm headset audio jack, a microSD slot, a 3FF micro-SIM card slot, a 2FF smartcard slot, a GSM/3G/LTE WWAN SMD antenna, a GNSS/GPS module and SMD antenna, two WLAN SMD antennas including one for diversity, a 5MP camera, an earpiece speaker, a microphone, a 9-axis IMU, an ambient light+proximity sensor, a haptic motor, a user-controllable indication LED, an 18650 li-ion battery holder for use with an on-board charge controller, and kill switches for WWAN, WiFi+BT, & camera+mic.

View Project


Memtype project is an open source solution to store your passwords in a tiny USB form factor device to have them available everywhere.

The device is based on the Atmel attiny85 device and use V-USB software based solution to have USB communications.

View Project


Opendous Inc.

The Micropendous boards were Development Boards for Atmel’s USB AVR Microcontrollers with a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) hardware, firmware, and software development platform. They were designed for USB peripheral and hosting development.

View Project

MNT Reform

MNT Research GmbH

The MNT Reform is a modular laptop launched in 2020 featuring 7 open hardware PCBs made with KiCAD: motherboard (SoM carrier for Boundary Devices Nitrogen8M_SOM), mechanical keyboard, OLED, optical trackball, trackball sensor, trackpad, battery pack. STEP files for the CNC milled case and STL files for the 3D-printable parts are available as well. The goals of the project are to increase ownership, transparency, repairability and privacy of mobile computers.

View Project


Mathieu Stephan

An offline password keeper project created by and for the Hackaday community.

View Project


Opendous Inc.

This adaptor has multiple overlapping footprints for any occasion: up to 28 pin SOIC/SO (1.27mm pitch), up to 28-pin SSOP/TSSOP (0.65mm pitch), up to four SOT23, up to three SC70, one MSOP-10 (0.5mm pitch), one SOT223, and one SOT-143. All in a 0.8" wide DIP board. The header pins are staggered to allow press-fitting them while soldering.

View Project


Dmitry Filimonchuk

NUCLEO2USB is the USBFS shield for the NUCLEO-64© compatible development boards. It can be configured as 1xDEVFS with speed override (F103/F303), 1xOTGFS, 2xOTGFS.

View Project

Submit a new project

Want to showcase your project that you made with KiCad? Read how to add it