by David Bershadsky and Alexander Kirillov

A shield for Adafruit's Feather boards for making complex robots with ease

View all updates Jan 29, 2021

Getting Started Resources & 3D Printed Accessory Files

by Alexander "Shurik" Kirillov

The RoverWing is already available in the Mouser catalog and we see from our Project Dashboard that they have already started shipping it to backers! Crowd Supply campaign orders are already being processed, so they will ship first before any new orders. You’ll receive an email with tracking details when your order ships. We know how eager you must be, and we thank you for your patience!

Resources for Getting Started

Once you have your RoverWing, here is a useful list of resources for getting started:

  • User Guide: In particular, this includes a Quick Start Guide.
  • Library Documentation
  • Email: if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions, please send us an email at We would also love to see your projects - send us some photos and videos of RoverWing in action!

3D Printed Accessories

During these past few weeks we have also designed some accessories for the RoverWing ecosystem that can be downloaded and 3D-Printed! These include:

  • Mounting plates for various hole patterns, including those commonly used in FTC Robotics (RevRobotics, GoBilda, Tetrix) and universal plate for all other uses:
  • A cover for the switch contacts - making the switch included with the RoverWing Top safer to use:

We have provided STEP files for all of the models so that you can modify and incorporate them into whatever you desire. All of the 3D models can be downloaded from GitHub.


RoverWing team:
Alexander and David

About the Author

Alexander "Shurik" Kirillov

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Product Choices



Includes one RoverWing board and connector set: one power cable ( XT30 to XT60 ), two motor cables (JST VH to bare wire).


RoverWing Top

One Top board for the RoverWing. It provides a power switch, small prototyping area, three NeoPixel LEDs, buttons, and a 3-line OLED display. Some soldering is required.


David Bershadsky and Alexander Kirillov

Alexander Kirillov is a professor of mathematics, but has been interested in robotics and electronics for many years. In 2008, he started a robotics team, Team Islandbots. After competing for a couple of years in First Lego League, Team Islandbots moved on to First Tech Challenge (FTC) and became one of the most successful teams on Long Island, twice advancing to the World Championship. David Bershadsky is an 18-year-old currently studying electrical engineering. He likes to spend time on projects such as building robots and designing PCBs. He got into robotics during 7th grade, when he joined the Islandbots FTC team 4137, coached by Alexander Kirillov.

David Bershadsky


Alexander "Shurik" Kirillov



PCB Fabrication & Assembly

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