December 03, 2014

Build your own modular electronics prototyping system

When you're pushed for space to use with the hobby of electronics, it's easy to lose track of items on the bench or difficult to move in a hurry if required. Therefore a neat and modular solution that keeps the main items together and in one place is a great idea, and this though has been actioned by David Caplette with his modular electronics prototype system.

The system consists of wooden boards that can slot together with a dovetail or common jigsaw-style fashion, and each board is hollowed somewhat to allow an Arduino, solderless breadboard or other item of interest. David shows the process in the following video:

For more information on this interesting concept, check out David's project page. And for more, we're on facebookGoogle+, and twitter - so follow us for news and product updates as well.

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