Prototyping board sized to fit perfectly in a standard mint tin (like Altoids)Designed by Azduino by Spence Konde in United States of America
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Providing a container for our projects is a continual headache for many makers - purpose-built project boxes are often expensive, while making one's own boxes from scratch is time-consuming and req...Read More…
Providing a container for our projects is a continual headache for many makers - purpose-built project boxes are often expensive, while making one's own boxes from scratch is time-consuming and requires mechanical skill and equipment that not all of us have. Repurposing readily available containers as project boxes is a tradition as old as the hobby, and one of the most common boxes that lends itself to it is the humble mint tin, as used by Altoids and many other brands of mints.
These prototyping boards are just the right size to fit in such a mint tin. For holding it in place, I recommend using standoffs (3/8th-1/2 inch or 1cm long, 4-40 or 3mm thread) - you can either punch holes in the tin and screw the standoffs in from the other side, or glue them to the tin with epoxy.
This is by no means the first take on a prototyping board sized to fit an Altoids tin. For example, Adafruit sells a "solderable breadboard" in this form factor - complete with a $6 price tag - modeled very closely after the look and feel of solderless breadboard. I instead tried to optimize these boards for functionality and rapid prototyping - my board offers more groups of pins to accommodate more complex designs, and large exposed pads around the holes for ease of soldering. I offer both a simple through-hole prototyping board, and an SMD/Through-hole version with pads for a few SMD parts, including voltage regulators, and pads for a barrel jack on the side (you will have to cut a hole in the tin, of course).
After a few more through-hole boards sell, we'll be bringing in our new stock, w
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