I bought these SYB-120 bread boards from Ebay.
|Laying out the holes for the bread boards.|
Then I test fitted the bread boards, So far so good. :)
The hardware I used to mount the bread boards includes.
12 #6 x 3/4" screws
12 #6 washers
12 #8 Lock washers
|Mounting my Arduino|
Next I want to mount my Arduino as close to the bread boards as possible.
|Fitting the Arduino.|
This picture shows the fitting to the Arduino.
|Ready for paint|
Now with the fitting all done, I have sanded the top of the case to prepare for painting.
|Painted computer case top|
All painted and ready to permanently mount the bread boards.
Here is the finished setup.
Unfortunately I broke one of the mother board mounting pegs while trying to bolt it to the computer case top. So I decided it would probably be better not to permanently mount the Arduino. So I decided to use the fuzzy part of velcro to hold it in place while I am prototyping.
Here it is the finished product.
3- SYB-120 bread boards $2.45 each $7.35 total
12- Bulldog part number MS-160 $.72 nuts and bolts*
12- Bulldog part number NW-230 $.24 lock washers*
12- Bulldog part number NW-220 $.24 washers*
1- Computer case top free.
Grand total of $8.55
*Note the packages of Bulldog parts were $.97 each and came with more than I needed for this project. Calculations above are for what I used..
Stay tuned for more adventures from Sable Wolf's Den ;)