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Discontinued: 4 DOF 3D Rotating DIY Robot Arm Servo Kit (AW 1D2 Robot Arm)

Name: DIY robotic arm NO.99
Size: 140 x 80 x 130mm (L x W x H)
Advantages: Simple structure, symmetry crawl, rapid response, closed rigorous, high precision, forceful grab
Servo: P0090, 180 ° rotation


Servo P0090, pillars M3X12 + 6, pillars M3X40, nylon column M3X10 + 6, nylon column M3X15, screw M2X8, screw M3X8, M2 nut, M3 nut


DIY toys, teaching experiments, hobby projects

Package includes:

1 x Rotating mechanical arm including servos
R393.99  Inc VAT
Discontinued: 5mm Diameter 200mm Brass Round Bar (AW 200x5mm brass bar round)
5mm Diameter 200mm Brass Round Bar


Tensile strengthσb (MPa) ≥294
Elongationδ10 (%) ≥25
Hot working temperature730 820℃
Annealing temperature600 670℃ 
-Good rust resistance and easy processing
-Suitable for machining, robotics, electronics, CNC and other DIY related uses.
Package Includes:
1 x 200mm x 5mm round Brass Bar
R35.67  Inc VAT
Discontinued: 52Pi - HAT & Triple GPIO Expansion Plate (AW 52Pi triple expander hat 1B2)

Raspberry Pi and ribbon cable not included

This triple GPIO & HAT expansion plate from 52Pi is perfect for sharing GPIO pins between applications and circuits! It's often fiddly to combine HATs and breakout boards onto the standard single Pi GPIO header, but with the expansion plate, it's a breeze. Simply hook up your Pi to the plate using a ribbon cable, plug your HAT onto the HAT station and plug any additional circuits or breakout boards into additional headers! You can even use the board to design your own HAT!

This board does require some solder assembly to connect the headers to the board.

52Pi - HAT & Triple GPIO Expansion Plate Features:

  • Triple GPIO Header Replicator
  • External HAT Station
  • Includes:
    • Expansion Plate
    • Ribbon Cable
    • 4 x 40 Pin Headers
    • HAT Mounting Kit
R151.42  Inc VAT
Discontinued: Pi Supply Switch – On/Off Power Switch for the Raspberry Pi (AW Pi supply switch)


Please note: Cable colour may vary. Pic is for illustration purposes only.

How does it work?

Once you have finished using your Raspberry  Pi, you just shutdown using the sudo halt command, and then a couple of  minutes after the full and safe shutdown the Pi Supply Switch cuts the  power to the computer. From this point, once again, all you would need  to do to restore power to the Pi is touch the on button.

There is  also a hard power off button for use in emergencies which immediately  cuts the power to your Raspberry Pi. Remember to only use this button  when absolutely necessary (e.g. Pi has been frozen for a long time) as  it risks corruption of the files on your SD card if done at the wrong  moment.

What makes the Pi Supply Switch superior to other  makeshift solutions available is that it allows you to restart the  Raspberry Pi using the sudo reboot command without the power turning  itself off. Perfect!

Putting it together

We have made  the Pi Supply Switch a self-solder kit which is quick and simple to put  together ? even for an absolute beginner to electronics. This means as  well as being a nifty little bit of kit to manage your Pi?s power, it is  also a great intro to electronics and soldering. As you can see from  the pictures the input and output of the switch is fed by a standard USB  connection. We even provide you with the USB cable. Once soldered  together, is essentially ?plug-and-play? with your existing ?wall wart?  power supply unit. We have even packaged the circuit into a small  profile so that it fits neatly into your workstation. The Pi Supply  Switch is an essential piece of kit for all Raspberry Pi users!


  •     Pi Supply Switch printed circuit board (PCB) v1.1
  •     All through hole components for assembly
  •     Flat USB noodle cable
  •     Two free Pi Supply stickers
  •     Comes as a kit - easy assembly with some basic soldering


  • 1 x Pi Supply Switch


You can find the assembly guide and code examples for the Pi Supply Switch at the following links:

Please note: Cable colour may vary. Pic is for illustration purposes only.
R178.92  Inc VAT
Discontinued: Machifit CNC Z Axis Slide Table 50-60mm for DIY CNC (AW 2D3 z-axis 50-60mm)
Brand: Machifit
Material: Steel
Slider stroke: 50-60mm
Motor Steps: 800 steps/mm
Voltage: 12V
Current: 1.7A
Motor size: 41mm*41mm
Size: 170mm*67mm

Up and down position adjustment.
M3 screw mounting, can also be fixed a 755 motor seat or mounted with pen or other equipment.

Package Includes:
1 x CNC Z Axis Slide Table
1.Please allow 1-3mm error due to manual measurement. pls make sure you do not mind before you buy.
R813.74  Inc VAT
Discontinued: 10mm Inner Diameter Zinc Alloy Pillow Block Flange Bearing KFL000 (AW 2D3 10mm flange bearing)
Type: Pillow Block
Model Number: KFL000
Material: Chrome Steel ,Zinc Alloy 
Mounting Type: 2-Bolt Flange Bearing 

Model NumberInner diameterOuter diameterHole diameterHole Centers SpacingLengthHeight:

10mm Inner Diameter Zinc Alloy Pillow Block Flange Bearing KFL000
Package Included:
1x Pillow Block Bearing(Flange)
R50.47  Inc VAT
Discontinued: Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite (AW Compute 3 Lite)

The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite (CM3L) is a DDR2-SODIMM-mechanically-compatible System on Module (SoMs) containing the same processor, memory, and supporting power circuitry as the Raspberry Pi 3. The CM3L is not fitted with eMMC Flash or the SD/eMMC interface. But pins are available for the designer to connect their own SD/eMMC device.

These modules allow designers to leverage the Raspberry Pi hardware and software stack in their own custom systems and form factors. In addition the modules have extra IO interfaces over and above what is available on the Raspberry Pi boards, providing more options for the designer. The Raspberry Compute Modules 3 are suitable for designers who are happy with Raspberry Pi 3 functionality but require a smaller form factor (67.6 mm x 31 mm) for their embedded designs.

You get the full flexibility of the BCM2837 SoC (which means that many more GPIOs and interfaces are available as compared to the Raspberry Pi), and designing the Module into a custom system should be relatively straightforward as all the tricky bits are pre-built into the module.

The Compute Module 3 Lite contains the following components contained within a 200 pin SODIMM design:

  • Broadcom BCM2837 Processor (1.2GHz)
  • 35u Hard Gold Plated IO Pins
  • DDR2-SODIMM, Mechanically-Compatible System on Modules (SoMs)
  • 67.6mm x 31mm Board
Getting started with Raspberry Pi compute
Buildroot Setup


Compute Module Datasheet

Shematics & Interface Information

R400.60  Inc VAT
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