How can I make a permanent circuit (from a prototype on a breadboard) without soldering?
Due to a chronic illness, I have bad tremor and some involuntary movements, so for the moment I am avoiding dangerous power tools and soldering (I randomly throw things on the floor and don't want to start a fire!). I have been experimenting with simple circuits on a breadboard, as well as Arduino (microcontroller) projects. Once I get a prototype working on the breadboard, how can i convert it to a more durable form for actual use? I have thought of attaching components to styrofoam and connecting the wires on the back with electrical tape, but I am sure there are better ways... For my current project, the circuit will be quite small and will eventually be hidden inside a crocheted animal, but it will need either the arduino or at least a radio (xbee).