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I posted a ProtoShield Instructable yesterday. It had the benefit of accounting for the offset Arduino header, but people pointed out that it was a bit messy (I ...
ArduinoProtoboard2 x 8pin male header2 x 6pin male headerplierssoldering iron (& solder)
Three of the headers we're going to leave alone, but one of the male headers will need to be modified to handle the offset female header on the ...
Next, bend the wires on the short side so they're parallel with the wires from the long side.
So the wires now have a shift in them, but they're at a cock-eyed angle. To fix this, give them a push with a soldering iron.Touch a wire ...
Once you have the modified header, attaching a standard protoboard to the Arduino is really, really easy. Easy enough to put in one step.Insert the male headers into ...
Most people will want to put their headers on the copper side of the board. to do this:cover the target holes with solderuse your soldering iron to clear ...
Here now, is a Shield that can really compete with the custom ProtoShield, at a fraction of the cost.
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