Our current product line is centered around our “wing” concept of Arduino shield. We don’t want to add a reset button and activity LEDs just because we’re obscuring some perfectly good ones on the main board.  We want to avoid covering parts of your other shields. You can insert wing shields anywhere in the stack of boards and still get to the important bits.

The ScrewShield is the first product in our wing shield line.


There are more to come. However, don’t hold your breath waiting for these bad ideas from our brainstorming session:

  • SteamShield: a tiny wood-fired steam engine to power your Arduino
  • FruitShield: a 2.7″ x 2.1″ raised-bed garden for growing very small produce
  • ShieldShield: an actual Arthurian shield to protect your Arduino from marauders, replete with custom heraldic emblem (Actually, that last one sounds kinda cool.)

4 Responses to “Products”

  1. Tom says:

    I would like to have a ShieldShield that would be the top layer of an Arduino stack, just clear Lexan that would protect the top of the stack from dust, fingers, or stray wires. If it had a white patch on it that I could write on, that would be good too. No heraldic emblem is necessary.

  2. Paul says:

    Consider an screwshield for the Arduino Mega. There are many times I could have used one! You could take the mass of digital pins on the right side of the Mega out into three or four staggered rows of connectors.

  3. Sounds like you guys have similiar brainstorming sessions to us 🙂
    Thanks for the chuckle and shield. I found stacking another shield on top of the wing stablilised it further when screwing the terminals.


  4. Ken Jenkins says:

    Would really like to see a screwshield for the Mega.

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