Have you ever been annoyed trying to test some Arduino circuits and the components start falling all over the place and nothing is staying in place? Well, I was extremely annoyed with trying to do that so I spent some time trying to make the most useful board to hold all of the components I interact with. I wanted this to be a modular design that people could continue to make parts for to continue to expand it for more and more components.
The board features:
-Ability to attach an Arduino Uno (I am using 4 M3x8mm screws)
-Ability to attach a Raspberry Pi 3b+ (M3x8mm)
-Two conversion kits for the Wemos D1 Mini and the Arduino Circuit Playground (I remixed Desktop_Makes's design (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2322014))
-Mount for a breadboard that is friction fit
-Mounts for 2 micro servos and 1 larger metal servo
-Sensor holders (near the top right corner under the "Arduino Prototype Board")
-3-pin servo connectors (these are printed seperately and I have a picture showing how to solder them)
-Jumper wire bending tool (Even or "E" starts 2,4,6,etc and Odd or "O" starts at 3,5,7,etc. They go up to 60mm)
-Resistor/Component bending tool (look at pictures in the top right)
-Modular section for continued addition of more components
-16x2 modular mount
I will continue to add more modular attachments as I need them and continue to add more board conversion mounts when I obtain new boards. If you want to make your own modular attachment the rails are 2.5mmx104mm with 4.5mm between them. Please feel free to send me any attachments you create and I will add them or remix them!
I hope this will make it easier to organize and manage circuits as you build and test them.