I'm intending to solder several protoboards in a few weeks when I get all my materials.
I was wondering what is the best way to keep the rectangular angles (so it looks similar to the picture below, see for example the black arrow pointing to the red wire).
I don't need all the angles but some angles to keep the shape a bit tidy would be nice.
Is glueing the wire onto the protoboard acceptable? Soldering will not work, since it will melt the (colored) unsulation. I'm using 22 and/or 24 AWG wire.
- I do not want to use an 'ordered' PCB because I will need only one, and there is a low possibility I might need to change something.
- Also I'm using the prototype on (music) stages, while functioning it will be steady, but it will be moved/bumped regularly during transport.
- The jumper-symbols (straight wires) are only used for convenience for drawing, I will not use jumpers but stranded 22/24AWG wire.