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I thought it would be nice to give you some resources.

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Kipkay Store: While our Kipkay Kits business started out with quality, affordable kits, we’re hoping to expand this to include individual kits and parts. We want this to be the place where you find the basic parts you may need for your projects.

Inventables: It’s a hardware store for designers. They have one of the best selection of quality parts for desktop fabrication, from wood, metal, plastic, etc. You really have to go check them out to believe it! Oh and did I mention – they sell the best open-source CNC milling machine: the Shapoko!

Tayda Electronics: We use a lot of their stuff for prototyping. Since they’re located in Bangkok, the parts are a fraction of what the big guys in the USA sell. The downside is that they have a limited selection (you’ll only find the most basic of parts, without much wiggle room). And since they’re in Thailand, the shipping may take 2-3 weeks (unless you choose DHL and pay $20-30) – then it gets to you in about 3-5 days.

Digikey: We use these guys for prototyping as well. They have fast shipping, and probably the biggest selection of all the vendors I’ve mentioned here when it comes to electronics parts. The only downside is that their stuff can be pricey at times.

Mcmaster Carr: This was introduced to us by one of our mechanical engineers. This place is a hardware dream that can be overwhelming at times. But they have a huge selection, and with extremely fast shipping, it means that your protoyping parts get to you in no-time, leaving you to worry about other headaches that doesn’t involve waiting!


A lot of my fans have asked me questions in regards to starting a YouTube channel. After 6 years of experience, I can assure you that a YouTube channel is a full-time job. I spend at least 40 hours a week just on my YouTube channel alone. With that said, here are some resources that you can look to-

YouTube Creator Playbook: This is the bible that all to YouTube partners (a term for someone who has a deal with YouTube to make money off of advertising) use for content creation, guidance, and optimizing their channel for growth. Highly recommended.

Wistia Learning Center: I am absolutely crazy about their video player (that’s the one we use for Kipkay Kits membership platform), but I am even crazier about their learning center. They have quick videos that give you extremely useful tips for creating videos that’s not only practical but also affordable for the beginner.