PCB Boards without components

Jumpstart your maker journey.

Quantum DIY Kits are the quickest and easiest way to get started with a sophisticated electronics project, providing a unique experience that balances the making process whilst saving you time. Start by placing the included components, solder everything together and see your project come to life.

DIY Kits are shipping between April and May 2021

Soldering

Unpack. Solder. Go!

Skip the hard tasks and continue with the fun part of assembling the bits & pieces of a PCB. Start by selecting the included components, then solder it together and see your project come to life.
Never miss a part

Never miss a part.

Ever tried assembling a PCB from the BOM (Bill of Materials) itself? We did, and we know how hard it is to collect all the needed parts and components. We already did all the hard work for you by sourcing all the parts and components needed so you can get straight into creating a finished, working PCB.

Built by makers, for makers.

The Quantum team is comprised of curious makers and tinkerers and this DNA can be found within each of our hardware and software products. Our DIY Kits are no exception. We designed our Kits to work well past their first impression, meaning you will have access to high quality open-source 3D Files, Apps, Firmware, and so much more. Using your DIY KIT unleashes the true power of the Quantum platform and introduces each of your individual projects to a multitude of integration possibilities.
Joystick Project Diversity

Choose your Quantum DIY Kit.

Power Supply DIY Kit

DIY Kit - Power Supply

The Power Supply kit is a handy device that can be used in a multitude of projects. You can use it to wirelessly power your builder base and all connected components. The power supply accepts 7-12V batteries via a 2.1mm barrel jack and regulates the voltage down to 5V. The power supply is connected to the 5V and GND ports on the builder base.
Simon Says DIY Kit

DIY Kit - Simon Says

This is the Quantum revision of the classic Simon Says game. It is an intermediate project in relation to hardware, but an advanced project in terms of application building. We intended to reproduce a game that was fun to play and was highly educational to build. In this project we explore how to use an MCP23017 port expander, and build somewhat complex game logic using the Quantum Platform.
Joystick DIY Kit

DIY Kit - Joystick

The Joystick DIY Kit allows one to control numerous projects with the Quantum Platform. It can be used to control projects like a remote controlled car, or a robotic arm. The motivation behind creating the Joystick DIY Kit is to offer a project that is simple to build and highly versatile in use. With this Joystick Kit you are able to easily control a wide variety of motorized projects.
Four Motor DIY Kit

DIY Kit - Four Motor

The four motor kit was prototyped with a breadboard and a PCA9685 as a PWM expander. Now it is hand solderable featuring the TLC5940 and 2 L293D H-Bridges. Four motors are driven by 8 outputs of a TLC5940. The TLC talks to the client via a bunch of data lines. We used the four motor kit to build a mecanum car. The car moves forwards and backwards, and turns like a tank by applying power to only one side. In regards to circuitry, the mecanum car is a bit more complicated than our other projects, however it is a great project to pursue if you would like to learn more about how to properly drive and control motors with our system.

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