We love Arduinos and breadboarding but we often end up with projects which are really too small to waste an entire Arduino. We also wanted some way to breadboard our designs with an ATTiny85 part. Often times we just want one or two boards and find it hard to justify a new board spin.
A big frustration that we have with the Arduino is the lack of proper mounting holes. We think that boards should have mounting holes even if it costs a little extra for the PCB. And the mounting holes should take common hardware like #4-40 or M3 screws. Stuff we can buy at our local hardware store.
So we designed the TinyGrid85.
Here's a project we built using TinyGrid85.
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I have been designing electronics circuit cards for over 30 years with many successful card designs. Check out my webpage to see the sort of cards I have designed and built. I also have a BS in Electrical Engineer and a Master's Degree in Computer Engineering from USC.
My three sons and I run land-boards to make the sort of boards that we find useful. My oldest son is an experienced programmer and is a Python wizard. He writes our test code. My middle son works professionally as an electronics assembler and he is working his way towards getting an Electrical Engineering degree. My younger son is only in High School but he's a very good computer programmer as well.
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