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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.
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2295566/BLOG/ar ... 0LABELS.ai
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2295566/BLOG/ar ... LABELS.pdf
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2295566/BLOG/ar ... LABELS.svg


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Re: Arduino Breadboard Labels

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Thanks George! Nicely done. I can put those to good use right away. :D

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Wow.. Timing couldn't be better. I'm about to solder up my first standalone Arduino integrated into my first real Arduino project. This will cut down on de-soldering and head slapping I'm sure.
Thanks very much from a grateful noob. :D

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The SVG works fine on Inkscape 0.48 on Linux.

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These looked great, but when I printed the PDF version and stuck it on, it ended up a bit short by 2mm. :(

Anyone else have the same result?

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Re: Arduino Breadboard Labels

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Make sure that the printer isn't scaling it before it prints - sometimes it will try and help you out my making sure the document fits the printed page - we don't want that in this case.

It will usually be the in the printer dialog settings under "page scaling" or something.

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Arduino labels on the dymo label printer by richms.com, on Flickr

Thanks George. Printed just the right size by choosing to print the current view in the print dialog.

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You nailed it George. I switched "page scaling" from "Fit to page" to "none". Fits like a glove.

Thanks!

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Great idea! I'm going to see if I can replicate it with a P-Touch labeler.

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Hi and How to simulate arduino programs using virtual breadboard ??

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Re: Arduino Breadboard Labels

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Hey Folks,

I know I'm late to the party here, but I was thinking about these stickers this afternoon and thought it'd be nice to print them out on my label printer (A Brother QL-550):

Since the sheet George made wasn't ideal, I took the part, trimmed the page, and produced some files more conducive for small label printing. I hope no one will be upset I replaced the adafruit logo with an "Arduino 168/328" for identification (The pinouts for an Arudino on an Atmega 168/328) I had an older Atmega168 that I wanted to use and didn't want to forget sometime in the future that it was a 168 instead of a 328

LBX files are Brother's P-Touch software label document format.
http://aaroneiche.com/download/Arduino168Label.lbx
http://aaroneiche.com/download/Arduino328Label.lbx

These are PNGs
http://aaroneiche.com/download/ArduinoA ... ticker.png

Anyway, I hope someone finds these useful. George, thanks for making the original.
http://aaroneiche.com/download/ArduinoA ... ticker.png

And the Illustrator File
http://aaroneiche.com/download/ArduinoA ... sticker.ai

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Here is a version with the AVR pin labels instead of the Arduino ones,
in faster SVG form:

http://brittonkerin.com/atmega_stickers ... ickers.svg

The provided svg ones were really slow for me.

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Sometimes I hate the internet! Every one of the links to sticker images on this page are dead, yet the page still lives.

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Re: Arduino Breadboard Labels

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But we do have some pre-made ones available in the store: https://www.adafruit.com/product/554

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Thanks for the tip.

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Re: Arduino Breadboard Labels

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bkerin wrote: Re: Arduino Breadboard Labels
buy essays cheap


Here is a version with the AVR pin labels instead of the Arduino ones,
in faster SVG form:

http://brittonkerin.com/atmega_stickers ... ickers.svg

The provided svg ones were really slow for me.

Hi,

The link to the Brittonkerin svg ones is not working (I've been searching for those lately). I recommend Adafruit AVR Sticker for Breadboard Arduino-compatibles (mentioned by support). I ordered the product item and it will be a pack of ten pieces.

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