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Arduino Breadboard Labels

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I own three BoArduino, but I keep semi-permanently installing them in some project or the other – I guess that happens to most people? So here’s a little label, you can print out, stick on to a Atmega and it will show you the pin out that match the Arduino standard.

I don’t claim to be the first one to think this idea. I think I saw it here first: http://todbot.com/blog/2009/05/23/ardui … ker-label/

I tried printing it – but the font was a bit too light – and it needed something special. So I made my own from scratch.

I’ll just let the photos do the rest of the talking….but before I do, here’s the files. PDF, Illustrator. Oh, and a SVG that should work in Inkscape – it’s opensource ;)

Right click, save as.
> Illustrator
PDF
> SVG

 

 

 

 


 

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