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I have several little boards (Arduino Pro Mini, FTDI, breakout boards for sensors, etc) I want to bind to a glove. The boards do not need to be hidden. I just want them to be bond correctly to the glove. I can't sew so I'd like to find an alternative. For some circuits with a flat bottom I have used Velcro but it doesn't work with circuits having components on the bottom. Also I'd be happy to find a solution where boards could be easily removed from the glove if it's possible.

Any suggestion ?

Thank you in advance.

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