Kit-Sprint Yogyakarta

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After the success of the KitSprint ANORG 2018 in Feb (read Kaspar's reflection) we are happy to announce another edition!

This time in the tropical climate of Indonesia, the center of experimental music and noise scene of South East Asia - The City of Yogyakarta, DIY (Dearah Istimeva Yogyakarta).

Supported by the Center for Alternative Coconut Research and.... YOU!!! See below for the call for Sponsors! Yes, you will get a free PCB!

Call for Sponsors

Just go on our [1] and choose whatever amount you like! Donations bigger than 25$ will get free PCBs shipped to your home! Larger donations... be surprised!


Thanks to Tony Stamm, Piksel Produksjoner Ltd. and many other friends who gave us donations!

We would like to already thank our Gold-Sponsors:



28. July: 24 hour sprint, starting Friday late night and full Saturday

Impressions from the first day! Kicking of and Kit-Sprinting. Making a new Easy for Beginner's design tool to create your custom 8Bit Mixtape boards (DIY-CAD), full KiCAD footprint libary, a minimal MicroCore Mixtape PCB for future workshops enabling to make your own interfaces and custom case, cleaning up the electronics lab at Ucok's, Andreas Siagian, place, fast prototyping and DIY etching of the MicroCore Mixtape PCB, remote contributions from Switzerland aka GaudiShop, Urs Gaudenz, with a new edition of the claaaassic BitBadge, manufacturer comparison chat with Yair Reshef, et al and design for manufacturing of the new BioSynth Ara Macau by SquareSolid.

1. Aug: collaborative PCB geeking and sharing session

2. Aug: Last minute orders from PCBway

Everything that's ready for China on August 2nd Evening 00:00 will be sent out to PCBway and should be delivered to Yogya in approx 7-10 days. Ready for proto-workshops after the 10th of Augustus.


Ucok's Lab/House formerly known as Bugisan Laboratori for Bio-Elektromik aka Lifepatch Lamaaa


dusjagr aka Marc Dusseiller aka Pak Marcjono

squaresolid aka Andreas Siagian aka Ucok

manticore aka Budi Prakosa aka Iyok

To invite

Hendra Adytiawan, Ari, OOTwis? Lintang and??

Project Ideas

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Crazy PCB designs

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DIY-CAD for 8Bit Mixtape BareBode

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We want to design a more simplified board for mixtape compatible sound toys. maybe just 1 knob, 1 button and volume. so we can offer more cheap workshopp, or have people prototyping their own interfaces.

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This Hybrid of the Mixtape and CocoMake7 has already been ordered. it features a simplified version for audio-programming like the mixtape, TinyAudioBoot, and also the footprints to add an USB-plug and have the board act as a Midi or HID-Keyboard device to send data to the laptop. It will be used as a simple GOSH DIY science measurement device for an upcoming workshop. similar to our turbidity-meters.

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ATiny Synthetizer MicroStompBox

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See many many small boxes here.


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The board-layout was modified by the B.I.Y. stuff from for making your own effect pedals and from

Kitspace PCB Ruler

Kaspar is not in Yogya but working remotely from England on the Kitspace PCB ruler

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Skill Share


See this repo by Iyok aka Badgeek aka Manticore

This completely replaces our earlier experiments with Kicad bitmap import for Shenzhen Ready

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DIY-CAD (Children Aided Design)

Paper based PCB design tool for creative circuits. DIY-CAD

dusjagr developed this design-kit for making creative and diverse PCB designs collaboratively as an idea to promote Open Science Hardware during the GOSH meeting in Chile, March 2017. See more notes about DIY-CAD on this wiki.

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Let's make new design Kits for other circuits!!