Permanent Solderless Breadboards

Image of completed Permanent Solderless Breadboard Project.

Permanent Solderless Breadboards give you a new tool to craft reliable projects at low cost. Intermittent connections vanish thanks to wire wrap and careful component choices.

Build Solderless Projects that Last

Make reliable breadboard projects that stand the test of time. No need to convert to soldered form in many cases! You're done sooner at less cost.

Using these tactics, your projects will;

  • resist impact and vibration.
  • be free of rats-nest issues.
  • operate reliably on a long term basis.
  • stay easy to repair or modify -- even years later.

Because permanent solderless projects aren't stuck in a soldered state, they're easy to change or repair. Try that with soldered strip boards or printed circuits! Soldered connections don't fare well when reheated. Wire wrap can be undone and redone multiple times without damage!

With the rats nest gone, we recover valuable space. Plus wrapped wires play nice! Redress them and they stay put. Not so with too-long jumpers.

Anyone can apply this technique to build decent & reliable breadboard projects. But there are rules you must observe. Learn more.
 

Now, See Your Projects Before You Build

Use this free Windows application to visualize your projects in 2D space -- before spending a dime! Observe how changes impact wire paths, component proximity and plenty more.

Know dimensions, locations and distances to .01 inch resolution.

Take Snapshots (like the next image), make Printouts and generate Reports.

Image shows Layout Diagram for Permanent Solderless project.

If you build prototypes, hobby projects, science projects or test fixtures, this tool can help! Learn More 

One catch: You must be registered to access downloads and post to RTM Forums. Your email is used for authentication. Cancel anytime to remove your user name and email address.
 

Questions or Comments?

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Created: Jul 20, 2016   Updated: Jan 8, 2019   DISCLAIMER