OEM version of Arduino Uno?

I've prototyped a circuit using an Arduino Uno and would like to put the Arduino on a PC board. Instead of the female headers, I would like male pins sticking out the bottom so I can solder them right to the PC board.

Does anyone know of a way to do this? I know the Parallax Basic Stamp has OEM versions of the board where you solder all the chips onto the Stamp board.

This PC board I am building will be in a product which will be sold.

I did find this link on taking a prototype design to a commercial product:

Thanks

[Tim]

The Nano and Micro have male pins.

You can also use a DIP Atmega 328 to build a system on a PCB or a piece of stripboard (veroboard).

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tbenner60:
I've prototyped a circuit using an Arduino Uno and would like to put the Arduino on a PC board. Instead of the female headers, I would like male pins sticking out the bottom so I can solder them right to the PC board.

Does anyone know of a way to do this? I know the Parallax Basic Stamp has OEM versions of the board where you solder all the chips onto the Stamp board.

This PC board I am building will be in a product which will be sold.

I did find this link on taking a prototype design to a commercial product:

From an Arduino Prototype to a Commercial Product

Thanks

[Tim]

Arduino is Open Source but there is a list of team players. Consider that keeping Arduino going keeps your product relevant.

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