Ever wanted to make an ‘Arduino’ on a bread board? Struggling to use an Arduino as an ISP programmer? (in spite of all the tutorials I was – some rare troubleshooting tips below!) Wished you could specify custom fuse settings, but finding it too much effort to work out where the setting is?
Read on to find out how I did all this and more…
An example of how 3D printing can improve everyday life:
openSCAD DIP switch clamps for bread board use
Bread board with DIP switch and DIP switch clamps
1 elastic band, <10 minutes design, <10 minutes printing = <3 3D printing!
*Note for Jon: ping in this context is intended to indicate a fast moving object that may make an audible noise like a ‘ping’ when it contacts something. It highlights the unintended outcome of the DIP switch departing contact with the bread board at sometimes impressive escape velocities!