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SparkFun Snappable Protoboard

Each row and column of this prototyping board is scored so that it can be easily sized down. (Photo credit: Sparkfun.)

Not all projects need the same size protoboard. Customize your next robot with Sparkfun’s Snappable Protoboard. The board has been intentionally scored between each column and row of holes, so that it’s easy to snap in to pieces by bending it along the edge of a …

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Print Your Own Two-Layer Circuit Boards with the Voltera V-One

Print your own circuit boards with the Voltera V-One. (Photo credit: Voltera Inc.)

Print prototype circuit boards in minutes with the Voltera V-One. This handy device can print both conductive and insulating ink to a minimum trace width of 8 mil, to create two-layer boards based on your very own Gerber files. The V-One is also great for solder …

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Draw Working Circuits with Conductive Ink

The Circuit Scribe Developers Kit lets builders draw ink-based circuits with sensors and buzzers. Photo courtesy Autodesk.

Sick of breadboards and soldering? Want to teach basic electronics in a whole new way? Electroninks is now selling a fast-drying, conductive ink designed to make learning about circuits fast and fun. Made of silver flake, Circuit Scribe ink can be used to draw lines between batteries, sensors, lights and …

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