Attach a spool of wire and a hypodermic needle to a ball point pen barrel to make an aid to make point-to-point wiring easier to do. The board shown is a microprocessor system board with a 8085, 2764 and 6464 - that is, the CPU, EPROM and RAM - and some additional glue circuitry.
Step 1: The Parts
A hypodermic needle. Get the disposable type with a plastic collar, as this will need to be cut down to make it fit in the nozzle of the ball point pen.
A (used) ball point pen. I acquired one with a metal nozzle as it would probably last longer.
The spool of enamelled wire was from a relay, 12 V changeover contacts - the rest of the relay was dismantled with care not to damage the spool of wire. Other sources are transformers and rf chokes.
Some two component epoxy to cement the needle to the nozzle.
A screw long enough to hold the spool of wire (not shown)