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Yes, but you would have to get rid of the contacts between each of the leads, or else they would still be connecting upon contact. It would be more worth it to get some pefforated (sp?) board. It's just a giant grid that you can use for putting parts. It's very cheap. $1-2 at your nearest store and even cheaper online. It may be worth the cost and the risks involved with modding this.
2. use a prototyping board such as veroboard.
So it does mather where i wire up the wires on one of this veroboards. They look the same all over the card so i thought maybe it diden't care where to plug in the wires for battery and all of that so i could plug them in wherever i would like. But it isen't like that?
So what ure saying is i can use the other card i took a photo of (Then one without anything wired on it)? Couse it look like the same card only its bigger, so if the small card in the small wireless controlled card is working why shoulden't the other card work?
Just have to convince my mom to use her credit card
hey nanob0t,have you looked into solderless breadboard?it would be quite a large initial investment for you but once you have one you could experiment with building circuits without soldering anything.i always use this method for the initial prototype circuit and only circuits that are actually going to be used for something permenant ever get soldered onto a board.dunk.