Elegoo UNO Project Super Starter Kit with Tutorial for Arduino

Elegoo Inc. is a professional manufacturer and exporter that is concerned with the design, development production and marketing of arduino, 3d printers, raspberry pi and STM32.
Our Dream is to make the best price and best quality produce for customers.
So we would like to receive your valuable suggestions for our products and we can improve them for you.

Component listing:
1pcs UNO R3 Controller Board
1pcs LCD1602 Module ( with pin header)
1pcs Breadboard Expansion Board
1pcs Power Supply Module WARNING: Pls. do not use the voltage higher than 9V
1pcs Joystick Module
1pcs IR Receiver
1pcs Servo Motor (SG90)
1pcs Stepper Motor
1pcs ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver Board
1pcs Ultrasonic Sensor
1pcs DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Module
1pcs 9V Battery with DC
1pcs 65 Jumper Wire
1pcs USB Cable
1pcs Active Buzzer
1pcs Passive Buzzer
1pcs Potentiometer
1pcs 5V Relay
1pcs Breadboard
1pcs Remote
1pcs Tilt Switch
5pcs Button (small)
1pcs 1 digit 7-segment Display
1pcs 4 digit 7-segment Display
5pcs Yellow LED
5pcs Blue LED
5pcs Green LED
5pcs Red LED
1pcs RGB LED
2pcs Photoresistor
1pcs Thermistor
2pcs Diode Rectifier (1N4007)
2pcs NPN Transistor (PN2222)
1pcs IC 74HC595
120pcs Resistor
10pcs Female-to-male Dupont Wire

Product Features

  • Free PDF tutorial(more than 22 lessons) and clear listing in a nice package
  • The most economical way to starting Arduino programming for those beginners who are interested
  • Lcd1602 module with pin header (not need to be soldered by yourself)
  • This is the upgraded starter kits with power supply module, 9V battery with dc
  • High quality kite with uno R3, 100 percent compatible with Arduino uno R3

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Elegoo Mega 2560 Project The Most Complete Ultimate Starter Kit w/ TUTORIAL, MEGA 2560 controller board, LCD1602, Servo, Stepper Motor for Arduino Mega2560 UNO Nano

Elegoo Inc. is a professional manufacturer and exporter that is concerned with the design, development production and marketing of arduino, 3d printers, raspberry pi and STM32.
Our Dream is to make the best price and best quality produce for customers.
So we would like to receive your valuable suggestions for our products and we can improve them for you.

Component listing:
25pcs LED ( white,yellow,blue,red,green)
1pcs RGB LED
10pcs Ceramic Capacitor(22pf & 104pf)
2pcs Photoresistor
1pcs Thermistor
5pcs Diode Rectifier (1N4007)
4pcs Electrolytic Capacitor (10UF 50V & 100UF 50V)
10pcs NPN Transistor (PN2222 & S8050 )
1pcs Tilt Switch
5pcs Button (small)
1pcs 1 digit 7-segment Display
1pcs 4 digit 7-segment Display
1pcs Sound Sensor Module
1pcs LCD1602 Module ( with pin header)
1pcs IC L293D
1pcs IC 74HC595
1pcs Active Buzzer
1pcs Passive Buzzer
1pcs RTC Module
1pcs DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Module
2pcs Potentiometer
1pcs Rotary Encoder Module
1pcs Joystick Module
1pcs Keypad Module
1pcs 5V Relay
1pcs IR Receiver Module
1pcs MEGA2560 Controller Board
1pcs Breadboard
1pcs Servo Motor (SG90)
1pcs Stepper Motor
1pcs ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver Board
1pcs Prototype Expansion
1pcs Power Supply Module
1pcs HC-SR501 PIR Motion Sensor
1pcs Ultrasonic Sensor
1pcs ADXL335(GY-61) Module ( with pin header)
1pcs 3V Servo Motor
1pcs MAX7219 Module
1pcs Remote
1pcs 9V 1A Power Supply
1pcs 65 Jumper Wire
1pcs Water Lever Sensor
1pcs USB Cable
1pcs 9V Battery with DC
1pcs RC522 RFID Module
100pcs Resistor (10R/100R/220R/330R/1K/2K/5K1/10K/100K/1M)
20pcs Female-to-male Dupont Wire

Product Features

  • The MEGA2560 complete starter kit with more than 200pcs components.
  • Free PDF tutorial in the CD (more than 35 lessons).
  • LCD1602 module and GY-61 sensor module with pin header ( no need to solder by yourself)
  • Nice package with clear listing and surprise including a nice small box to keep the widget such as LED , IC , buttons , diodes ,etc.
  • We have always cared about the customer experience and improve the product function details.

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Tinkercad 3D Printing Tutorial

Autodesk’s Tinkercad app is probably the easiest, most accessible and most fun 3D modeling application for creating your first 3D print. No previous 3D modeling experience needed, and best of all: this 3D design app is totally free. So let’s create our first 3D print in less than 30 minutes with this beginner-friendly Tinkercad tutorial!

1. Getting Started with Tinkercad

To get started, hop over to Tinkercad’s website. After creating an account you can directly access the browser-based app. Tinkercad will automatically start with its first tutorial. It’s recommended to follow these instructions – but you can always skip them by clicking on the ‘exit lesson’ button at the top. Choose ‘start a new project’ to get to your empty workplane.

empty tinkercad workplane

From here, Tinkercad follows a ‘LEGO’ approach. You will mostly work with pre-defined shapes and geometric structures. You will end up adding these together, or subtracting them in order to create holes or hollow objects.

The best way to get started is to click on ‘Geometric’ on the right hand side.

Using geometric objects in autodesk tinkercad

Select geometric objects from the right hand side.

Using the toolbar on the right hand side, you can create basic geometric shapes such as boxes, pyramids, spheres, etc.. To start with, we select a box. Simply drag and drop the box from the menu to the workplane.

a basic box in autodesk tinkercad

Once placed on your workplace, you can see a number of arrows and dots on and around your box (if your box is selected: if not, click on it now). To get a better view of the box we will zoom in with our mouse wheel. You can then turn the angle of your view with the right mouse button, and navigate around your workplane by holding down the mouse wheel (not zooming in or out, but simply keeping it pressed).

2. Changing Sizes and Shapes in Tinkercad

By default our box is 20mm high. For this tutorial we want to create a basic suitcase label with a height of 3mm. Click on the little white box on the top surface and pull it down to 3mm.

a basic 3d shape in tinkercad

Did something not work as planned? Simply click on the ‘Undo’ button at the top of the screen to get back to the previous stage.

Next, we want our label to be more rectangular. To do this, we click on one of the black little dots at the sides of the red box. Pulling and pushing on these dots changes the size of the object. Let’s pull our object to a length of 35mm.

resizing an object in autodesk tinkercad

3. Adding, Turning & Grouping Elements in Tinkercad

Next, we will add some rounded ends to this box. Therefore, we will drag and drop a ‘round roof’ on the workplane. You can find the round roof at the right hand side next to the other geometric shapes.

tinkercad-3d-project

Since the rounded roof is upside down, we first need to turn it. So we select the right turning arrows next to the object and turn it 90 degrees. Can’t see any arrows to turn your object? Then you need to select it first (simply click on the object).

tinkercad-3d-lesson

Since the rounded roof is still not pointing in the right direction, we need to turn it again for 90 degrees on another axis.

tinkercad-3d-classroom

That’s more like it! However, you will see that a part of the rounded roof is below the workplane. In order to connect the roof with our original red box perfectly, we need to pull it up first. Click on the little cone icon above the rounded roof and get it up until its bottom surface hits the workplane (the value will be 0mm).

tinkercad-3d-guide

Of course the object is still too high. Just as we did with the box before, we can click on the little white cube on the top of the rounded roof and decrease its height to 3mm.

tinkercad-3d-howto

Now that looks much better, doesn’t it? But we still need to move the objects into the right position. Drag and drop the rounded corner right next to the box for a perfect fit.

tinkercad-tutorial

And now we need to do the same thing for the other side of the box. In order to make things easier, we can simply copy & paste our existing rounded roof. Select the rounded roof, press CTRL+C and then press CTRL+V. A copy will appear right next to it.

tinkercad-project

So, let’s turn this copy by 180 degrees…

tinkercad-classroom

… and move it into the right spot.

tinkercad-guide

Voila! The basic shape of the label is ready. Time to group these three items together. Select them all with your mouse and click on the ‘Group’ item on the top right corner. Your three elements will now be shown as one object. When you decide to change the size or height of the object, you don’t have to do this for each and every element separately anymore. You can always ungroup the object into several elements again by clicking the ‘Ungroup’ button.

tinkercad-howto

4. Creating Holes in Tinkercad

Tinkercad is not only about adding different shapes together – it’s also about subtracting them from each other. Perfect for us, since our label still needs a hole. So let’s drag and drop the cylinder shape onto our workplane.

tinkercad-lesson

It’s still far too big. Let’s change its size to 5mm x 5mm x 5mm (pro tip: you can hold down the Shift key when changing the size of one dimension and Tinkercad will automatically change the size of the other two dimensions as well).

tinkercad-beginner

Now the cylinder is the perfect size. Time to move it to the right location!

tinkercad-3d-printing

The cylinder is in the right place, but it’s not a hole yet. Click on the cylinder and select ‘Hole’ from the little pop-up window at the top right.

tinkercad-3d-modeling

That’s exactly what we’re looking for. Let’s group the elements together by selecting both the hole and the label and by clicking on ‘Group’.

tinkercad-autodesk

5. Changing the Workplane in Tinkercad

Now let’s personalize the label by writing our initials on there. First let’s tell Tinkercad that from now on, we don’t want to place new elements on the workplane, but on our label. For doing so, we need to press the W key and click on top of the label.

tinkercad-workplane

Voila, the new workplane will be on top of the label (it also changed its color from blue to orange). To get back to the original workplane, simply press W and click anywhere in the empty space on your screen. But for now, let’s leave it as it is.

Leave the ‘Geometric’ section on the right hand side and change to ‘Letters’. Place your initials on the label and adjust the size.

tinkercad-3d-design

Once again, let’s select all elements and group them together. Then we set the workplane back to its original position (press W and click anywhere in the empty space).

tinkercad-design

6. 3D Printing with Tinkercad

That’s it! And it just took a few minutes! So let’s send it to the printers. Click on the Tinkercad logo and the top left corner (no worries, your object is automatically saved).

Your new object will appear on your dashboard. You can either continue to edit it (by clicking on ‘Tinker This’), download a 3D printable file (.STL, .OBJ for instance), or send it to our 3D printing service by selecting ‘Order 3D Print’ and ‘i.materialise’. You will then be transferred to i.materialise’s 3D printing service where you can select your material (I think this would work great in rubber-like) and adjust the size of your 3D print.

tinkercad-3d-print

This wasn’t all that difficult, was it? So go tinkering and create a 3D printable model – Tinkercad is definitely a great app to start with. And it’s more powerful than many people think. Take a look at this blog post in order to see some stunning examples of 3D printed objects created in Tinkercad. Did you already create a 3D file? Upload it here and order your print in any of 100+ materials and finishes!