Simple solutions using Solder and Filament make life a little bit easier.
Solder / Filament Solutions
This is an Arduino Uno shield that will hold a 400 tie point breadboard. It’s a great solution for hobbyist and professionals that work on multiple Arduino projects without needing an Arduino for each project. Since your using a breadboard there is no soldering or one time use boards. Simply detach the shield from your Arduino Uno and your Uno is now free for other uses. When you want to go back to that project simply plug the shield back in. You can avoid dismantling circuits to work on other projects. It also makes project more portable, no need to remember what was connected to the Arduino. It can also be used on the Arduino Mega but you will not have access to all of the ports via the shield. If there is demand I can come up with a shield for the Mega also.
I build many circuits some are refined over time and need to be kept around. Sometimes I need to work on other circuits and I don't want to dismantle the circuit. By putting in on a shield with a breadboard I can put it aside and use my Arduino for other projects. When I want to resume the project all I need to do is plug it back into my Arduino and reload the code. I often spend time trying to remember how a circuit is connected before I can start using it again. I also find this handy when I want to have multiple versions of a circuit.
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Made by a hobbyist for hobbyist, and great for young hobbyist that are getting started in electronics. Even professional use this for their prototyping.
Gerardus | Sept. 12, 2017
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I enjoy creating simple solutions for problems that don't seem to have one. I have a long career in the computer industry and the merging of computers, circuit design and 3D printing make for a really fun playground. If I could do this full time I think I would b in heaven.e I started down this road many years ago but products like the Raspberry PI, Arduino and other similar products open a world of opportunities.
I am constantly on the look out for the unique problem that needs a simple solution solution. During this trek I have refined my skill of creating circuits boards with a CNC router. While it will always have room for growth I can quickly create them and each one is better than the last.
I also enjoy doing custom work if you have a circuit that needs a PCB I can help. All I need is a schematic. If you like any of my products but they are either out of stock or not quite what you need. Reach out to me I am happy to make revisions. Who knows other might like them, its all fun to me.