This library will inevitably will grow as I find the requirement to mount other components for projects.
Basic perfboard to able to provide a structural framework in order to mock up a small circuit to sit on top of an Arduino Uno. Can be stacked vertically to provide more options for interconnecting components.
An optional bottom layer board (pictured in red) design is provided to allow easier access to soldering on longer header pin leads and allowing for easier access to routing them out into the perforated area of the upper board(s). This area also can serve as wire rats nest area if you are running longer leads to make connections easier and looking for an area to hide some of your wiring handiwork.
In using this system, once I have my circuit complete and test it I then snap off the very top boards posts and 5 minute epoxy the joints in the layers holding the stack together with cable ties until the epoxy sets thus making it into a integral structure. The result is a module that can added/removed like any other arduino shield and having a great "maker" look to it.
Current board thickness 2mm. Stacked board separation 3mm on base and standard. 7.5mm for DIP layout.