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Hi,
I am working on a Tricorder project. I have a casing that I want to use and figured out how to fit a Mega and other components in. My problem is that I have a large breadboard for prototyping. I can not fit the breadboard into the case. I have a LCD with a chip and do not want to solder it to a PCB board. Does anybody have a idea that does not include soldering? preferably something that does not include buying.
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My problem is that I have a large breadboard for prototyping. I can not fit the breadboard into the case.
For prototyping what?

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I have a LCD with a chip and do not want to solder it to a PCB board.
Then don't. Is the chip on its shoulder?

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Does anybody have a idea that does not include soldering?
An idea about what? I have an idea about what I will do tomorrow that does not involve soldering, but it is not likely to help you.
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Hi,
The breadboard is for prototyping the tricorder. I don't know what on it's shoulder means but I know the chip is easy to use and I would really prefer to use it.
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You don't say what your target size is, but is it feasible to get a smaller breadboard?
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