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Skill Sunday: Fitting Parts to a ProtoShield

Skill Sunday: Fitting Parts to a ProtoShield

Have you ever looked a one of our proto shields and thought, that looks really cool but I would have no idea how to use it? This week on Skill Sunday we are going to learn how you can add your own parts to the ProtoShield and get full potential out of your Arduino or Raspberry Pi.

If you have never soldered before this is the perfect opportunity to start! To get started learning how to fit parts to a Protoboard check out our tutorial at the following link.  

If you are looking to get started making your own custom Arduino projects, why not check out our own ProtoShield for Arduino. The ProtoShield is an excellent tool to turn your temporary, breadboarded project into something more permanent. Proto Shield fits directly onto an Arduino board and has a large general purpose area in the middle where you can solder on your own parts to create a durable, long lasting project! The ProtoShield is a high quality, corrosion resistant gold plated PCB and represents great value at only $3!

ProtoShield

To find out more about our fantastic ProtoShield’s check out the product page. Planning on taking control of the rubbish in your life? Let us know in the comments section below or on Facebook and Twitter.   

 

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