Draw schematics, source parts, simulate circuits, and layout PCBs all in one tool that always stays in sync.
Never start a project from scratch again. Like Github, Flux makes building upon the work of others easy.
Unlock new collaborative workflows and tear down information silos with modern version control, commenting, and real-time design reviews.
Whether you're building a simple circuit board or designing hardware for the next Mars mission, Flux is where great hardware projects are born.
Flux is a browser-based end-to-end electronic design tool that breaks down barriers.Book a demo
Flux is a growing community of engineers, makers and their projects...
Vasyl is a hardware developer and senior electronic designer experienced in the IoT, consumer electronics, industrial equipment, etc.
Ziven is a hardcore mechanical engineer. He's building and designing bicycle frames equipped with innovative electronics.
Cornelius is an electronics and PCB design enthusiast. He specializes in IoT projects and DIY smartphone docking systems.
Jackson is an electronics engineer specializing in system simulation and PCB design.
Adrian is a computer engineer turned PCB design professional with over 4 years of experience in the hardware industry.
18-year-old Vasyl is one of our youngest electronic engineers. Most of his projects are home automation, IoT devices, and LED lights.
Nico is a professional electronics and PCB design engineer. He's into IoT hardware development and system solution.
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
Yes. Backed by a powerful 3D WebGL rendering engine that supports very large projects, we take performance seriously. Plus the Web comes with special powers, like real-time updates and seamless collaboration.
Flux makes life easier by providing community-generated templates for you to start from! The biggest benefit that many professional EE’s have is never starting from scratch, why should you?
Just like Google Docs, files are private unless you choose to share them with others. This means that you choose how collaborative you want to be within Flux. Sharing Flux projects has a lot of benefits: you can get instant feedback via comments directly in your design, so that means no more exporting PDFs and consolidating feedback.
Flux has a community generated part library so you should be able to find the parts you need. We also support importing KiCAD format parts should there be anything missing. If you need help, feel free to request parts in our Slack Community in the #request-a-part channel or request parts using this form.
It's Free. Flux has free tier that is fully featured, meaning you can do everything the pros do right out of the box. You can upgrade to pro for $12/mo to have access to more than 10 private projects, or continue to use Flux free with unlimited public projects. Learn more about Flux pricing.
Yes! If you’re a student or an educator you can access our professional tier for free! There are specific criteria you must meet to qualify so please reach us here. We will review your application and get back to you as soon as possible.
You do! You own your data you create in Flux.
Making the switch to Flux is easy. Create a free Flux account, find a template, and give it a test drive. Need a little more help? Check out this KiCAD to Flux Crash-course.