May 30, 2014

SCADBoard Library and SCADuino 3D printable Arduino breadboard

SCADBoard Library is an OpenSCAD library for making 3D printed circuit boards. You can load it into OpenSCAD and develop your own electronic boards.

SCADboard running in OpenSCAD


























First project made with SCADboard is SCADuino, hopefully many more will fallow and library will grow in functionality.

SCADuino is a 3D printable version of the Breadboard Arduino from Arduino.cc. Using OpenSCAD and the SCADBoard library it is easy to create a 3D printable breadboard like the Breadboard Arduino.
Basically, you can 3d print a board where you can attach all the components needed to get functioning Arduino.

You will also need:
  • (1) Atmega328P with Arduino bootloader
  • (1) 7805 5V Voltage regulator
  • (2) LEDs
  • (2) 220 Ohm resistors
  • (1) 10k Ohm resistor
  • (2) 10 uF capacitors
  • (1)16 MHz clock crystal
  • (2) 22 pF capacitors
  • (1) Momentary normally open (“off”) button
  • Red and Black 22 AWG wire

Red surface board is printed with holes to fit the elements which are then connected with wires






























All the STL files, guide and code to make it and run it can be found at:

http://scaduino.wordpress.com/