From breadboard to final project

Hello!

I have made a project and tested it in a breadboard and now i want to make the project permanent.

my question is if i can remove the chip from the arduino board and put it in a protoboard and solder it? If yes how do i do it, what do i need, is there any tutorial for that?

If you don't want to solder the chip for the moment...... then try a chip-holder .... which is cheap. The chip holder can be soldered to your proto-board. And the chip can then be inserted into the chip holder.

Google this: "chip holder ebay ic"

No i want to solder it, but i do not know if i just remove the chip, and solder wires to each leg or how it is done. or if i need to make anything else than just remove the chip and start solding.

Lookup breadboard Arduino. You will need some external components. Then lookup a pinout for the chip so you know what pins are what IO pins.

sildahl: No i want to solder it, but i do not know if i just remove the chip, and solder wires to each leg or how it is done. or if i need to make anything else than just remove the chip and start soldering.

I see. If you need to ask questions such as this..... then you're probably better off using a chip holder to begin with.

Also.... what sort of proto-board are you using? 'strip-board' ...aka 'vero board'?

Soldering chip legs is basically the same as soldering as resistor, capacitor legs etc. The only thing is..... usually need to minimise the amount of time of high temperature of any chip leg...to prevent heat damage to the internal components.

Get a chip socket and solder to that instead. One of these http://www.dipmicro.com/store/ICS328 or http://www.dipmicro.com/store/ICS328M or longer legs http://www.king-cart.com/phoenixent/category=SOCKETS+WIRE+WRAP+DIP+%2526+SIP

Either way, you want the socket on some perfboard so you can connect to other components as well, like resistors, capacitors, crystal, etc. |500x279