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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!


Atul Ravi

The Picuno is the mix of the RP2040 and the Arduino UNO. A drop in replacement for the UNO compatible with C and python derivatives.

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Libre Space Foundation

QUBIK-1 and QUBIK-2 are 2 PocketQube satellites designed, developed and integrated by Libre Space Foundation. They were expected to be short-lived and were tasked to perform Launch and Early Operations Phase (LEOP) Satellite Identification and Tracking experiments.

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rusEFI Frankenso


The rusEFI project is an attempt to build an open source automotive injection Engine Control Unit (ECU) based on STM32. Hardware and software is available.

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Saturn is an easy to use FPGA Development board featuring Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA. Saturn is specially designed for experimenting and learning system design with FPGAs.

This development board features Xilinx XC6SLX series FPGA with FTDI’s FT2232H Dual-Channel USB device. The high speed USB 2.0 interface provides fast and easy configuration download to the on-board SPI flash. No programmer or special downloader cable is needed to download the bit stream to the board.

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Dejan Priversek and David Kosenina

ScopeFun in an open source, all-in-one instrumentation platform. It includes an oscilloscope, arbitrary waveform generator, spectrum analyzer, logic analyzer, and digital pattern generator.

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Boltz R&D

Dive into the heart of innovation with SmartPrintCoreH7x, a groundbreaking open-source 3D printer mainboard designed with passion for the community and a clear focus on durability, reliability, and ease of use. Born from a vision to empower makers, tinkerers, and engineers around the globe, SmartPrintCoreH7x prepares to stand as a beacon of collaborative development in the 3D printing world

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SPACEDOS dosimeters

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

SPACEDOS dosimeters are open-source semiconductor detector based ionizing radiation spectrometers and dosimeters. They have already successfully participated in several space missions. SPACEDOS02 measures, for a period of a regular crew change lasting several months, aboard the International Space Station (ISS). SPACEDOS01 dosimeter has been modified for mounting inside CubeSats and was sent to Earth’s orbit as a part of the SOCRAT-R satellite.

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The TERES I is a Do-It-Yourself Open Source Hardware and Software Laptop with ARM64 and x86 processors including MCAD files.

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TFGPS01: Drone multi-constellation GNSS receiver

ThunderFly s.r.o.

TFGPS01 is a GNSS receiver designed for UAVs. The module has improved RF noise immunity and supports multiple navigation systems. Therefore the module is capable of receiving GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou navigation signals. It is designed primarily for use on small drones. The TFGPS can also function as a standalone UART GPS or as a USB GPS receiver.

The module has several features for UAVs. For example, it has a pass-through I2C port, payload interface, integrated beeper and safety LED or integrated connector for an external safety switch, and safety LED.

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TFSLOT01A: Drone indicated airspeed sensor

ThunderFly s.r.o.

TFSLOT is Low speed airspeed sensor for UAVs. The device is equipped with electronics, which contains the required differential pressure sensor and an IMU unit. The sensor can be used as an external compass for the autopilot and it can improve the estimation of orientation in space. Accelerometer data, on the other hand, can be used to check vibrations. In contrast to classical Pitot tube, the TFSLOT design is perfect choice for low airspeed measurement.

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