Circuit Scribe is a rollerball pen that writes with non-toxic conductive silver ink. It makes creating circuits as easy as doodling.
Our goal is to make circuits intuitive and accessible to learners of all ages!
Basic Kit + Workbook
Stupidly Conductive Inks
No shaking, no squeezing, no goop, no smell, no waiting for ink to dry. Circuit Scribe draws smooth lines with conductive silver ink and allows you to create functioning circuits instantly.
- Non-toxic silver ink dries instantly on most surfaces
- Resistance is 0.05-0.2ohms/sq/mil (2-10ohms per cm of writing)
- Eliminates the need for wires, draw instead!
Check out our Kits!
Our kits contain groups of modules and accessories which can be used together to learn and teach many lessons in electronics. Kits are also available in larger bundles for teachers to teach a group of students from 10-30.
Topics in our kits include:
- Current and voltage
- Conductivity and resistance
- Series and parallel
- Digital electronics and logic
Need a specific module?
Modules complete your circuit. You use our Circuit Scribe pen to connect batteries to input, output or neutral modules. To wire up a simple switch-activated LED you'd use a 9V battery adapter, LED, and SPST switch module. You may want an extra NPN to make some logic gates, a dozen more LEDs to make some holiday artwork, or four motors to make a paper robot. Have no fear, we offer modules individually as well!
Simulate with 123D Circuits
We have an online simulator, thanks to our partnership with Autodesk! Play online with all of our components using Autodesk's 123D Circuits Simulator. Share your schematics with other users, and print projects to build circuits with your real-life components.
DESIGN AND SIMULATE
All Circuit Scribe components are available and can be simulated. See the RGB light up, turn the potentiometer, all components are ready to play!
PRINT AND SHARE
Export and print a template to easily build your project. Embed your project on any website and learn from the community of makers on the 123D Circuits platform.
Funded on Kickstarter
We could not have made Circuit Scribe a reality without our loyal backers.
Funded successfully on January 1st, 2014 by 12,277 backers with $674,425 in funding. Changing the way we teach and learn electronics ever since.
Check out our Kickstarter video that went viral, you'll see how we started!
Interested in what else you can do with our products?
Replace circuit boards altogether by using circuit scribe + pen plotter, integrate with Circuit Stickers, or draw your own computer touch pad with Makey Makey. The possibilities with Circuit Scribe are truly endless!