COVID-19 & Shipping Updates
We are currently experiencing an increased volume of online orders, along with delays and general congestion within our freight and logistic networks. Unfortunately, this is resulting in delays getting some of your orders delivered to you on time. Unaffected services are our FREE 1hr Click & Collect we encourage you to use this service if you need your order urgently. We also have a limited Express/Same Day delivery** service that (for a short time) will be offered at a discounted price of $5 per order.
In line with state guidelines, our stores remain open with some restriction in place. Find out how your state is affected.
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Shop online to collect in-store or pick up from one of our parcel lockers. Ready in 1 hour with no delivery fee. Click here for more details.
Make yourself at home! Set up at one of our benches for a comfortable environment to complete your solo or group projects. Supplies and advice are always within reach.
Take advantage of our equipment when building at the Maker Hub, with free access to essentials like soldering irons.
Jaycar Broadway hosts a range of in-store workshops for members. Click here for more details.
$4.95 + $0.30 per gram. Simply bring your STL file into our Maker Hub and we will load it into our printing program to check the file and predict the printing time and weight.
$15.00 per pass. Build a detailed 3D model of your object with more passes for more accuracy.
$4.95 + $1 per minute. Bring in your design, in PDF format preferably. Using the software, we position your design in real time onto the material being etched or cut. We can cut and etch Perspex, EVA and drafting board, all available in store. Other materials are possible, talk to a Maker Hub staff member for more details.
Design your own circuit board with your preferred software. Load your Gerbers in our software and print your circuit. Mount your components on and reflow, or hand solder away!