Master of Breadboard

  • New project launched on Kickstarter!

    New project launched on Kickstarter!

    Our new project, CakeBoard, has finally been unveiled! http://kck.st/1nNVqgU This is a bread board of new generation. It took a big and evolutionary leap from the conventional one. When this project becomes successful and prosperous, our Bread Board Maniac team will become able to bring more awesome and cooler products to you! We definitely appreciate your support!

  • wire stripping Gauge

    wire stripping Gauge

    The design of the commercial version is determined! Finished model and the image of the product The one in the image is a prototype and has no scale marks on it. The commercial version is the one that has been developed with various additional features, such as: Additional feature 1: Feature to bend an IC By sliding in an IC along the ditch, opened pins are put back to fit in a breadboard! You may need a bit of skill due to its structure. Avoid pushing it in forcefully. Additional feature 2: Hole to easily bend a narrow width It was difficult to bend a thin lead wire to connect…

  • Wire Stripping Gauge “Setsudan”

    Wire Stripping Gauge “Setsudan”

    It is a tool to help you cutting jumping wires to insert into a breadboard to a desired length and form. Here is the video for how to use it. Attach it to your wire stripper. The 2.54mm pitch scale will stick out next to the tool. Just cut the wire using it as a guide, and you will get nice, uniform U-shaped jumping wires.

  • Cover for Breadboard

    Cover for Breadboard

    If you leave the lead wire of a component long or use jumping wires to build circuits temporarily on the breadboard, you accidentally touch it and cause short circuit or components to come off. We believe that some of you have experienced such trouble. To prevent such accident, we made a cover for breadboard. We want to prepare many products to be sold folded. Its dimensions are perfect for common breadboards. A breadboard fits in well and does not wobble. The top is a lid, so you can open it and modify the circuit again. Its dimensions are perfect for common breadboards. A breadboard fits in well and does not…

  • Hard-to-Come-off Jumper Wire (Prototype)

    Hard-to-Come-off Jumper Wire (Prototype)

    When using a breadboard for various purposes, one of the problems is that components may come off when you handle it roughly. One of typical components that often come off is a jumper wire (also called a jumper code or jump wire). Have you ever been disappointed that a jumper wire has accidentally come off from the breadboard while you build the circuit by trial and error and you could never find out where it has been inserted? We just thought that a hard to come off jumper wire may save you from such a sad accident, so we made one. It’s so hard to come off that a 315g…

  • Lead-Through Breadboard Coupling Pin (for Front Surface Coupling)

    Lead-Through Breadboard Coupling Pin (for Front Surface Coupling)

    Here we’ll explain how to make pins to couple breadboards. By using these pins or coupling pins for back surface coupling, you can make a multi-layer breadboard like “Ikura-don(salmon roe on rice) board”. The material is shown on the right and the completed item is on the left. The material is available from Akizuki Denshi Tsusho Co., Ltd. or other shops. First, break off as many pins as you need. Next, slide the black plastic part by pinching it with pliers. It is now completed By using some of these pins, as shown in the center of the image below, you can couple two breadboards facing each other.

  • Lead-Through Breadboard Coupling Pin (for Back Surface Coupling)

    Lead-Through Breadboard Coupling Pin (for Back Surface Coupling)

    Here we’ll explain how to make pins to couple breadboards. By using these pins, you can make a multi-layer breadboard like “Ikura-don (salmon roeon rice) board. The completed item is shown on the left and the material is on the right. The material is available from Akizuki Denshi Tsusho Co., Ltd. or other shops. Break off as many pins as you would need. Break off one of the black plastic parts on the separated pin by using nippers. Once one of them is broken off with nippers, the other is loosened so that you can remove it just by pulling it with fingers. If you find it difficult to take…

  • Tag on Breadboard

    Tag on Breadboard

    It is sometimes difficult to tell which part on the breadboard corresponds to where on the circuit. We thought it might be convenient if we can put tags on the circuit, so we created some for breadboards. The tags look like marking pins. A set of 5 colors x 5 pins= 25 pins is in a case. They can be stuck in the breadboard. You can write on the circle tab using a pencil or pen. You can write as shown above. If you write using a pencil, you can erase it later with an eraser. Some breadboards have nothing printed, and sometimes it is hard to tell at a…