The goal of this instructable is to make a no solder arduino breadboard shield like this one:
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Step 1: You Will Need
Mini breadboard size 4.5x3.5 cm
Arduino pin headers**
* Hot glue wont cut it
** Normal female pin headers can also work
Optional, but recommended:
Step 2: Sanding
Sand the breadboard and the pin header sides lightly.
This will do two things:
1. it will help the glue to stick better.
2. The breadboard is slightly too big so a little sanding doesn't hurt.
Step 3: Glue
Set the pin headers into the arduino if you have one at your disposal - If not skip this step.
Apply some super glue to the breadboard sides and smooth it out with a piece of paper or anything else suitable. Just be careful it doesn't stick to your workspace desk when you put it down.
Apply glue to the pin headers - be careful, you don't want glue in your arduino!
Clamp both parts together or hold them with your hands (be care ful not to get glue on you).
Once it cures... you're done :)