My Cigar Box Lab

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Oct 042008
 

I like to hack on the go. So I made a charming little mini lab out of a cigar box and some electronic parts. It’s got a breadboard, a built-in Arduino, a couple of places to put loose parts and a control panel on one side. The control panel is the best part with LEDs, potentiometers, a switch and a button all mounted on the side of the box. I love it so!

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  • yet another Mike

    That’s beautiful. Just picked up a Dockers tin; now I have a use for it. Thanks.

  • Antonino

    Please send me a guide that provides me the enough information to build a box like yours

  • http://www.tobacco-barn.com Ron

    Very cool… I’ve seen some creative uses for old cigar boxes… but this one tops it!

  • john191

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3ZBX5OAWWLZJKCGAAAO3AJHYRU Micalaryas Micalaryas

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