I almost always test out my circuit designs on a breadboard. Unfortunately, there are many times I’ve connected to a board that doesn’t plug into a breadboard, so the only thing holding it together was the connection wires. Connection wires as the only support makes projects difficult to move around. This 3D printed breadboard base with sidecar supports makes projects portable.
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