Make your Arduino prototype projects more professional looking, organized, and more solid.

Step 1: Bits and Pieces

  • The DuPont rainbow wire commonly comes in 40pin strips and I recommend sticking to the female ends when customizing. (With or without housing.)
  • Various preferred sizes of housing connectors.
  • Optional: Long Male Header Pins ;-)
<p>Nice idea - very professional.</p><p>A quick and effective, if slightly less elegant, method is to make the connections using wires from the 40-pin DuPont strips and then run a little super-glue (low viscosity) along the backs of the connectors. Wiggle them slightly to work the glue between the individual connectors before it sets. They will set into a solid block in a few seconds.</p><p>Ugi</p>
Thank you for your most excellent suggestion! It's a helpful additional to this topic :-)
<p>That makes everytihing look very clean and profesional. </p>

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