Introduction: DIY Arduino Nano

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How to make an Arduino Nano with a Attiny 85.

Step 1: PCB

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Shape your design to the PCB. I used 6cm by 2 cm.

Step 2: Cut the PCB

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I used Dremel but you can use whatever you want. Make sure to rub it well, so it will take a good shape


Step 3: Parts

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See the parts in the image!

Step 4: Solder the Socket and the Power Suply

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Step 5: Finish Soldering

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Solder power to the Attiny and the pins however you like.

Step 6: Finish Soldering Part 2

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Solder the 3rd Capacitor Between Reset and Ground(on you diy arduino)

Step 7: Finished!!!

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You can see how my turned out. Hope you like it and enjoy it. See at videos how to program it.See the fotos for more info.


mloro (author)2017-07-25

Is it possible to use the Attiny45 as well?

Alexan24 (author)mloro2017-07-31

yes, you can use Attiny as well!

nripesh (author)2017-05-08

do we have to program it also?

Alexan24 (author)nripesh2017-05-11

Well... yes you have!

tisaconundrum (author)2015-11-20

Not really a nano, but cool nonetheless

Alexan24 (author)tisaconundrum2015-11-20

It's just a fancy name!!

Boxoffrogs (author)Alexan242016-03-19

He might be referring to the fact that it has an attiny chip, rather than the nano's mega328p. I'm guessing it'll also need a serial to ttl/other to program it. Nano in size, but you can see where the title could be confusing.
Cool attiny board though, and great instructable.

King Cyber (author)2016-01-26

cool bro

Alexan24 (author)King Cyber 2016-01-27

Thnks dude!!

amberrayh (author)2015-11-20

This is cool. Thanks for sharing!

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