Step #1: PrevNext
Be cautious when you work with Arduino boards as they are sensitive to static electrical discharge.
Step #2: Gather parts from shops or out of old junk.PrevNext
I recommend Maplin and eBay.
Step #3: Shortening leads.PrevNext
If your USB cable needs to be shorter, fire up the soldering iron!
Step #4: Off-board components.PrevNext
Components such as servos will require tinned wires to connect to the Arduino. Back to the soldering iron!
Step #5: Pack it all up!PrevNext
- Get your tin and arrange the components in it.
- You might want to include a battery snap and battery in the tin.