It is frustrating the first time you insert an ESP32 dev board into a breadboard and you notice there’s no room for wires.
What I usually do is putting a breadboard aside another one, but I don’t like it very much.
I decided then to split the small board into two pieces and insert them in a 3D printed base so that the dev board pins get into the first row of holes and the rest remain available.
.stl file available at www.thingiverse.com
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The solution. Finally. Thank you.
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What an excellent idea, thank you!!
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“It is frustrating the first time you insert an ESP32 dev board into a breadboard and you notice there’s no room for wires.”
New to ESP32 and my exact thought when I first plugged in. I was like wtf 😀
Thank you so much for this smart, simple and effective solution!
Thank you form commenting!!! Regards.
Great solution. Thank you so much!
Brilliant! I’ve been searching for a solution to this problem for months. You’re a genius.
Thank you!!! Glad to hear it helped you.
Great idea! I made my adapter so that the ESP32 is in the second row. I still have 3 holes left. Now, my other ESP32 boards (NODEMCU32S) that only had one hole available now will have 3 more holes available. Thanks for sharing.