Leverage collective intelligence through modern sharing, permissions, and an easy to use version control system.
We believe in the power of open-source. Get started quickly with an ever-expanding library of parts and schematics created by the Flux community.
Finally, a programmable simulator that doesn’t require a PHD to use. Check your schematic before you build, all from the browser.
OpenSpritzer, an open hardware pressure ejection system for reliably delivering picolitre volumes.
A very cool Flux logo with bit programmable RGB LEDs powered by ATtiny24v microcontroller.
Automatic 3-channel video switcher using 3 video sync separators and max4545 video switch.
Open Hardware. Multi-sensor DIY Wi-Fi air quality gathering and reporting node
A low-energy, very efficient bluetooth (BLE) watch using the NRF52840 chip.
Matt is a full-stack software developer who specializes in React. He’s making his own Flux simulation modules written in Typescript.
Jharwin is a RF engineer focus on low-earth orbiting satellites. He built his own ground station using Flux to monitor RF activities on the International Space Station.
Vasyl is a hardware developer and senior electronic designer experienced in the IoT, consumer electronics, industrial equipment, etc.
Flux is making something new, and we’re doing in a new way. It’s called building in the open. Join our community of engineers, makers, and entrepreneurs who are passionate about improving hardware design tools.Join the community