i have built a protype prototype that works on my breadboard and includes: arduino pro mini, bluetooth shield, batterys, H-Bridge, a motor and other details. It works a little bit unstable because of the wire connection arent hard wired.
I want to exchange some parts with cheaper ones and then built a product from a breadboard prototype. I have some questions:
The pins of the cheaper boards are very tiny. Unfortunately I am not very familiar with soldering. But I looks like this is not possible with the some boards, eg this one Can this only be done by machines? Do you recommend another board? Currently the prototyp with its wires is not stable...
What are the next steps? The product needs a suitable case, which arranges all places for the battery, the wires and other componentes perfectly and correctly - so that the case is good looking and professional. I can create 3D models but I am not familiar with buildung hardware cases.
Would you recommend to hand this work to a (production) company? What is the usual way when you have finished your prototype on breadboard?
What should I do for security und legal issues (Germany)? I dont want somebody to get a fire or that I get justiced for some reason.
Thank you a lot, best regards