The title really says it all. But I have to stretch this out or the article will get rejected, so bear with me here.
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Step 1: Why I Did It
Well last night I was watching an introductory video on Youtube about Arduino and the guy has plastered I don't know exactly what it was, but it was all over the bottom of his board. But he had a good idea when he mentioned 4 rubber feet.
Four rubber feet, where to get four rubber feet?
Step 2: Erasers Are Rubber!
I have some reloads for a power eraser, so I cut lengths off of it to use as my feet. But I imagine if someone wants to trash a bunch of new pencils those erasers would work just fine too.
Step 3: Glue the Erasers to the Arduino
I got my hot glue gun good and hot, then I put a spot of glue on each eraser in turn, and stuck it on where a mounting hole is on the board. Put a good glob on the eraser, and push it so it goes up into the hole a little.
Step 4: Profit!
Now I am secure in the knowledge that my Arduino board has little rubber feet to stand on. Which is better than lying flat on its back I suppose? I am running low on honest to goodness stand offs over here. This is dirt simple to do too.
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Eric Brouwer made it!