Build A Mobile Electronics Prototyping Kit Inside A Suitcase

Not everyone has a lot of space to build their DIY projects, which is why Digital DIY forum member Baldor decided to build one into a suitcase. It includes a set of breadboards, voltage regulators, voltmeters, development boards, and a layer with various cables and power supplies.

The suitcase is handmade, but any old suitcase should work. It’s a completely contained system that can be packed up in a matter of seconds. If you don’t have a lot of space for your electronics projects, this is one way to group it all together.

Prototyping Case [Digital DIY via Hack a Day]

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