A few years ago, I built a DIY version of the classic LEGO countertop.
Now, I’ve built my own version of my own creative Countertop using an Arduino Micro.
The result is a very useful little gadget.
This project also demonstrates how to create a simple DIY version using a variety of materials and some basic electronics.
The DIY Countertop was built with an Arduino Uno and Arduino Pro Mini.
The Arduino is the computer you use to program your Arduino microcontroller.
The Lego version is powered by an Arduino Nano, which is an Arduino compatible computer board.
Both the Arduino and Arduino Nano can be purchased from Amazon or B&B.
The project was built using the Free Software License, which allows you to modify and redistribute the source code for your own projects.
The source code can be found on GitHub.
This tutorial will show you how to make the DIY CounterTop using an inexpensive breadboard, an Arduino Pro mini, and a soldering iron.
You’ll also learn how to wire everything up with the included breadboard cable and solder the LEGO Lego bricks.
The BreadboardThe Arduino Pro has a very limited amount of power, so you’ll need to add a power supply to power your Arduino Pro and the Arduino Nano.
I found that an 18V 1.5A power supply would work fine.
I also found that a USB-C to USB-A power adapter was enough.
The breadboard cables you’ll use to connect the LEGO bricks are a single length, so there’s no need to purchase a pair of long-throw wires.
You can also solder a pair or three of them directly to the breadboard.
The LEGO bricks I used are LEGO #6052 Lego Brick #1-2.
To assemble the LEGO Countertop, you’ll first need to remove the LEGO block from the breadboards.
You will then need to solder the two pieces of wire to the LEGO pieces.
I used a solder-o-meter to make sure I was connecting the two LEGO pieces exactly.
Solder the LEGO brick to the side of the LEGO piece.
Solde the LEGO wire to one of the ends of the cable.
Solders the LEGO electrical wire to both of the other ends of that cable.
The cable can be either black or white, but it doesn’t matter.
If you’re going to be soldering the LEGO LEGO wire, you can leave it stranded on the LEGO surface.
When soldering, the LEGO cable should not move or snap when soldered.
The next step is to carefully solder the white LEGO wire onto the black LEGO wire.
Solding the LEGO cables together requires a very careful and precise technique, so I recommend practicing this technique in a controlled environment.
You may find that you can get the wires to connect without a problem if you have a soldered cable.
Now that the wires are all connected, it’s time to solder them onto the LEGO.
This step is relatively easy, but I’d like to point out that you will need to be careful when working with soldering materials.
You don’t want to leave any traces on the Lego bricks that can damage the LEGO when the wire is soldered on.
The wires should be soldered at a consistent angle from the surface of the Lego brick, but not touching.
Be sure that the soldering surface is flat and clean.
You want the solders to be touching the surface, not touching the brick.
You also want to be able to feel the wires.
Be careful not to solder in any excess solder where the soldered ends will come in contact with the brick, as this can damage it.
Soldering the WireTo connect the Lego wire to a LEGO brick, you will first need two things: a solderable piece of wire, and some solderable plastic.
The soldering technique for the LEGO wiring is very similar to that of the solder method for the Lego wiring.
The most important thing to remember is to solder on the correct side of each LEGO brick.
The solderable pieces of each wire should be positioned on the same side of a LEGO block.
If the LEGO Brick has two LEGO bricks on each side of it, you must solder two LEGO wires on each LEGO piece of the wire.
You should then have two LEGO LEGO bricks that fit snugly in the solderable hole of each Lego brick.
Be very careful not too much solder is being pushed into the LEGO, as that will cause the LEGO to bend when soldering.
To solder the wire onto each LEGO Brick, first position the wire at an angle and carefully solder it onto the Lego piece.
Then place the solderer’s mark on the end of the solder wire, with the solder tip pointing to the end.
The first LEGO brick should then turn its LEGO face towards the solder solder.
If it doesn´t, then you probably need to move the LEGO bit in the opposite direction to get the solder