Looks nice.Don't get me wrong, it is a great development board, and very educational.But using double sided tape to put it in a project box, just seems wrong to me.
Did you just use two of the holes in the main board?What size standoffs did you use?Did the box have matching places to screw into?
I've never mounted an Arduino board. I'd rather just solder the chip and barest support to a piece of perfboard. If I needed the serial connection though, I'd probably permanently mount the Arduino board just to make things easier.Still...I cringe when I see finished projects with breadboard mounted and holding everything together. It's just not meant for reliable long-term connections.
Yeah, at the very least get a solderable "breadboard" (Pref board?) From Radio Shack and solder a set of headers to that for the arduino.
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