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a wooden or plastic board on which dough is kneaded or bread is sliced


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* The lightweight Series 5500 VIBRALITE AL nonmagnetic breadboards use a structural core of extruded aluminum with 3/16" anodized aluminum top and bottom skins.
Then, teams of design engineers and manufacturing engineers work with the scientists to convert breadboards into commercial products.
These experimental versions were known as breadboards, because someone had compared them to those boards on which bread was sliced.
They built breadboards into spaces beside the oven, refrigerator, and sink, and pot storage near the cooktop.
San Ramon, CA, December 09, 2011 --( SchmartBoard, a company that makes prototyping electronic circuits easier, has expanded its product offering with a new family of products that support the use of Surface Mount Technology (SMT) components with breadboards. Schmartboard has released two new SMT to DIP adapters that use the patented "ez" technology, which makes soldering the surface mount component simple.
Designated the 500AP Series and designed to support company breadboards and optical tables, two vibration-isolating leg stands from Kinetic Systems are available individually as modular mounts, or as leg stands with braces and casters for optical tables.
Kinetic Systems introduced high-performance breadboards that provide a flat, stable surface for a variety of applications including mounting or assembling lasers, small optical systems, prototyping and precise inspections.
The desk is part of a line of workbenches that integrates optical breadboards, vibration isolators, and modular accessories, and is designed to be a versatile ergonomic system.
The artist first found fame by feeding data into a computer which then instructed him to paint 366 breadboards and cast a Kentucky Fried Chicken menu in lead.
Its absurd proposals, however, were often ludicrously concrete: a painting composed of 366 painted breadboards executed in 1997; or the "scubasculpture," to be left on the seabed for sixteen years, then raised, sealed, and painted gloss white.
While DataBridge modules have always been plug-and-play, previous prototypes required breadboards or custom PCBs for the module, but with the new evaluation kit developers can experience our plug-and-play wireless modules in a matter of seconds," said Michael Starman, Founder of Starman Electric.
Brackets mount to a post furnished on a 1 1/2" X 1 X 1/2" non-conductive base for an easy attachment to breadboards or optical tables.