This project is to recreate some of the classic solderable prototype boards from RadioShack. These board are often referenced in books and training documents. Since RadioShack's bankruptcy these boards have gotten increasingly hard to find. These recreations of the classic boards allow for people to continue to use tried and true documentation, with some modern improvements such as double sided PCBs, addition of power connectors, and built it footprints for LEDs.
This is the third batch of the classic Radio Shack 276-170 prototype board! This makes 450 pieces sold so far in just 2 weeks! seems these are super popular with the university students!!!! Get your today at B.G.Micro!
The first of the Classic Radio Shack compatible Prototype PCBs are now available from B.G.Micro! They have a wide range of hard to find parts as well as inexpensive parts for prototyping! Check out their website!!
Hey there Hackaday Community! Have you got some old Archer/RadioShack PCBs hanging around the garage or attic? i'd love to get some photos and info on anything you might have! Specific catalog numbers of 276-152, 276-187, and 276-188! if you can find anything else of interest please share!