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Arduinos are great, but the exposed circuitry on the bottom could short out if accidentally touched to something conductive. We made tiny feet from balls to Sugru. Sugru is non-conductive, and it also lifts the Arduino up a little off the surface. 

Materials:

1 Arduino
1-2 packets of Sugru (depending on the size foot you would like)

Step 1: Roll Sugru Into Little Balls

Roll into 4 small balls. Here we show two balls with an Arduino.

Step 2: Attach Feet to Arduino

Press the balls of Sugru onto the base of the Arduino. 

Turn it right-side-up and press onto a table or hard surface to flatten the balls into feet.

Allow to harden for 24 hours. 

That's it!

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