Nerd Survival Pack

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Introduction: Nerd Survival Pack

About: I'm just a boy who likes to tinker around build something, anything when I get the chance!

Here's a survival pack for us makers. This pack includes all our tinkering needs.

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Step 1: Container

You will need to find a container so that you can hold all those resisters and wires.

You could use an altoids box or any medium sized container no bigger than your head.

Step 2: Materials

You will need to pack
Resisters
Transistors
Wires
Batteries
LEDs
Solder less breadboard
Any other electric parts you may need.

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    8 Discussions

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    krazytechboy
    krazytechboy

    5 years ago

    nice job. don't forget a Faraday box for it.

    Wow, this is a really good idea. Most survival packs are like GUN!REDBULL!RAMEN!MOREGUNS!KINVES!lifestrawPARACORDBRACELET! While all these people will be running around like Yosemite Sam, it will be people like you who will be making communications and communities available. I've always kept a small set of hand tools in my bug out bag, but you give me an idea now for a special bag. Maybe I'll make an 'ible soon. Thank you and voted.

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    rileyw
    rileyw

    5 years ago

    Also I didn't have a solder less breadboard

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    rileyw
    rileyw

    5 years ago

    Yah I was just using it as a demonstration

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    ringai
    ringai

    5 years ago on Introduction

    This is a great. Not many people think to carry around the essentials they might need to tinker at the drop of an volt. Consider adding a narrow strip of corrugated cardboard, too. Folded and stood on their edge they are a handy way to hold axial components (resisters, caps, etc.) while you're working.

    I'm going to put together a little kit for my bag. Thanks for the idea!

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    Mr AbAk
    Mr AbAk

    5 years ago

    Nice Ible....

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    rodski
    rodski

    5 years ago

    And dont forget to keep the electrical tape inside your tin after you put insulation on your 9v cell.

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    Johnny J
    Johnny J

    5 years ago

    Don't forget to insulate the battery terminals with a piece of tape or other cover, otherwise it will short on the tin and flatten itself!