LilyPad Arduino with Fabric Snaps

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LilyPad Arduino with Fabric Snaps

Clever idea from Instructables user mizliz, who outfitted her LilyPad Arduino with a set of snap-on contacts so it can be quickly transferred from one soft-circuit prototype to another.


4 thoughts on “LilyPad Arduino with Fabric Snaps

  1. Anonymous says:

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  2. Cutler Collins Crowell III says:

    I did something similar to this with the turn signal bike jacket I made for my brother:

    I know he will probably grow out of this jacket, so the snaps will allow him to take the patch with him from one to the next. I would note that there were some intermittent connection issues with the snaps, but nothing a little silver epoxy couldn’t fix!

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