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Arduino Mega, Breadboard, and Tray

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Arduino Mega, Breadboard, and Tray by Salted Sep 14, 2012
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Now you can prototype a little easier with the arduino and breadboard together.

I always find that I lose parts, so this includes a nice little tray to put them in, and walls around the breadboard so you won't lose anything. Now I can breadboard on the couch without too much worry.

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Just in case you wanted the same proto board, I got mine from digikey. The board is 185mm x 100mm in case you have a different model.

Manufacturer Part Number: TW-E41-102B

http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/TW-E41-102B/438-1047-ND/643113http://www.digikey.com/product...

That's seriously cool. i have the same proto board and arduino! Printing...

That's awesome! Let me know how it turns out. It took about 2 hours to print on mine, it just barely fit.

t doesn't quite fit on my Replicator. need to put a sheet of glass on (to expand the print area) to print this. Perhaps this weekend.

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