Freeduino is a collaborative open-source project to replicate and publish Arduino-compatible hardware files. The Freeduino Eagle SCH, BRD and Gerber production files allow users to create boards that are 100% functionally, electrically and physically compatible with Arduino hardware.


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    HaDuino: Open Your Beer Using Arduino

    His creation, which we call the HaDuino, lets you use the Arduino clone to open a tasty bottle of beer.

    Your eyes have probably already picked out the Open Hardware logo. We like to hold open source as a core concept and have made the design files available at our GitHub repository.

    Hardware is weird to track with Git, but if you are planning to monkey with the board we’d love it if you forked just so other readers (us included) can see the cool stuff you come up with.

  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    What do I know?

    Credit where credit’s due – Arduino does publish a homebrew design for cheapskates like me on the Arduino pages but that didn’t float my boat. So, after some searching around, I found Johan von Konow’s design for a DIY Arduino – the Nanino.

    Johan publishes a copper pattern for the Nanino, but I wanted to have the flexibility to change things – so I brewed up my own design in Eagle.

    Nanino – the DIY friendly Arduino


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