Breadboard made from scrap electronics

A simple but useful breadboard can be made at home, it will be more expensive than those on the markets, but it's possible to add commonly used elements, like LEDs, switches, etc.

I hadn't had female sockets, so I cut in half old DIP-18 sockets - it works OK.

The bottom layer was coated with Lichtenberg's alloy - it's an easy and elegant way to protect traces from dust, humidity or oxidation.

The circuit looks like a monster, but there isn't a lot of logic - only sockets, and a couple of LEDs - I didn't want to add more components, at least in this version.

You can download Eagle files for this project from by GitHub.

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