I intend to use wire wrapping for a project involving an Arduino, and a Time of Flight sensor (https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-vl6180x-time-of-flight-micro-lidar-distance-sensor-breakout/overview).
The sensor comes on a separate, headerless board, and the recommended approach is to solder a header to the board. I would like to avoid soldering a header, if possible.
My current thought would be to use a long pinned wire wrapping header, from underneath the breakout board, and wire wrap to it, but I am unsure if this approach will work correctly (I do not have the supplies to test it currently).
Is there recommended, non-soldering approach to attaching a headerless breakout board, using wire wrapping?