Welcome - Please Read

Welcome. I wanted to provide stripboard layouts I've made to help people new to electronics and even the more experienced get into different aspects of electronics.

I verify the layouts before I post them.

My Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/StripboardLayouts - Please Add For Updates!
My Twitter Thing: @InSonicBloom



Boutique Pedal Maker - normally I wouldn't include this type of site but this guy is cool, puts electronics first and doesn't talk alot of shit about MOJO

Guitar FX (Stripboards mainly)
Here's a collection of tagboard and vero guitar effect layouts that I've (site author Mark) put together.

Sabrotone - Guitar FX Stripboards
Home of Haralds Guitar FX Stripboard layouts

Jons Hobbies
This site is primarily covers my (site author) projects builds and hobbies. Why spend the time to write all this stuff? I look for insight from others, but also hope that some of my own experiences will help others through their own projects, provide ideas and share concepts. 


The website of Colin Mitchell, Author of Talking Electronics magazine

DIY Electronic Projects
You can find many electronics projects on this web site

Hobby Electronics Info
although originally designed for the hobbyist, this site is also a great resource for professionals.

Free Circuit Diagram
Here we present many circuit diagrams/schematics that have been published in public domains, so you can free to use it, modify, or improve it.

Mighty Ohm
Most of the projects featured here were born in my (site author) lab, but occasionally I will feature projects from friends of mine as well.

cool educational electronics site in brazilian (google translate works well though)

EEWeb Toolbox
A good collection of electronics/engineering calculators 

DigiPart instantly searches electronic components price, stock and availibity across world leading distributors including Avnet, Arrow, Allied, Digi-Key, Farnell, Future, Newark and more.

Seek IC Great schematic resource


  1. It is really great list of sites. Thank you

  2. http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/tools/

    Here's a great assortment of free EE calculators if you wanted to add them to the list as well.


    These guys are also a great resource for components and tools. They carry most every major brand.

    1. I only add stores that I've bought from because I don't want to send people to dodgy sites I haven't tested. but I'll try them out and add them when I know it's all good.
      I've added the other one - I've been meaning to add them for a while

  3. Have you tried http://www.pcbweb.com? - a free CAD application for designing and manufacturing electronics hardware.

  4. Good day,

    I had a question regarding the “Links” page on your website. Are you accepting suggestions for the page?

    If you are, I would like to suggest adding Maker Pro under the “RESOURCES AND TOOLS” header. We are an active, open source platform for maker projects much like Hack A Day. These projects are centered around Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Intel Edison, home automation and more. And better yet, the content is completely user generated. Here is the URL for our website if you would like to have a look:


    Let me know what you think of this suggestion or if you need any additional information!