Insulate Your project box component holes and prevent short circuits with good old electrical tape!
In this instructable, The pictures will do most of the speaking.
Do you have an electronic project that requires the mounting of components of the outside of the Enclosure? Does this project box happen to be made of metal? Read on!
Step 1: Drill holes For Your Component
Drill holes for your component in your project box. Place your component in the hole and decide how important it is if they short circuit. Now you are ready to insulate your component holes.
Step 2: Cut Tape
Cut the tape into small pieces. The exact size may differ according to your project.
Step 3: Wrap Tape
Bend the tape in half. Secure the first half to the top, then with the second half, push it through the component hole and secure it to the underneath side.
This is a really easy way to insulate your project-box component-holes is a snap!
Step 4: Done! =D
Put the component into the newly insulated hole and you're set!
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