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Beyond Breadboarding

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Simon:
well I've not done large complex stuff yet so i usually breadboard it or sections of and then when i'm happy make a prototype on a PCB, as physical layout and size also affects things this is important. For example I have one project with strict space constraints so I only breadboarded the principles, then stripboarded a small section and then PCBed the whole thing

Kozmyk:
Hah Hah I've just bought my first breadboard after 40 odd years of electronics. :)
I always used to use veroboard or tag strips for experiments.
I've got some delving to to that'll involve juggling values in feedback loops so I thought I'd give it a go.
Strange, the things you see but never use.

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