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Rainbow colored Electronic Breadboard

Rainbow colored rows for Electronic Breadboard
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Rainbow colored rows fro Electronic Breadboard would make it easier to distinguish which one is the correct connector. Columns do not require it, since it has most often only 5 connectors between slots.
Thrust, Apr 17 2015

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       Not rainbow, resistor code colored to you can just look at the board if you forget the sequence. [+]
scad mientist, Apr 17 2015
  

       Most breadboards are a single-shot injection moulding. This could be done by stacking coloured bars which clip over a chassis ... it's probably worth doing, too.   

       You may have a marketable product there, [Thrust].
8th of 7, Apr 17 2015
  

       I'm sure I've had breadboards where every fifth-or-so row had a line embossed into it, for precisely this reason. But, a nice idea nonetheless.
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 17 2015
  

       This idea was meant to work especially with Radio Shack Electronics Learning Lab, that has large breadboard in the middle. It is very difficult to see which row is which.
Thrust, Apr 18 2015
  

       pen. ruler. what scad said.
FlyingToaster, Apr 18 2015
  

       Rainbow colored electronic beard could be fun.
RayfordSteele, Apr 18 2015
  

       I'm trying to get my head around 'autoboner' on this one and the only thing I can come up with is skill loss. A brain that can do the wiring without the colours is better than one that actions with the colour. Whether this skill makes your life better and these actions translate to a greater community/societal good, is unknown.
wjt, Apr 19 2015
  

       I disagree, being able able to do a mundane task fast and well is having a neuron pathway that is uniquely adapted and will give variance on the full neural network. If anyone can do the task easily then there is no adaption force and no new paths
wjt, Apr 19 2015
  

       Probably still slightly add to it but not like the difference first would make. Fundamentally mental ability evolved via all the types of physical motion. A pulsing heart still feeds the brain with its needs.
wjt, Apr 19 2015
  

       I don't know what you are talking about...
Thrust, Apr 19 2015
  

       [8th], most breadboards already have red and blue lines painted along the power buses; the manufacturer could just use the same process for the rainbow lines.
notexactly, May 28 2015
  
      
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