After building a working prototype with a breadboard, I was wondering what's next. So I read about integrating the arduino into a PCB layout.
But in my case, it's worth it?
My project will use a Arduino Mega, futhermore some wired piezo switches therefore I need pcb connectors, and a small amount of resistor and transistors. I am considering to buy a Mega of the shelf and use the contactpins on a header to fix it on my PCB. Also probably fix it with some screws.
It will save me a lot of pcb design time (a maybe some mistakes) and it will save me buying all diferent components. The ATMega2560 alone is already around 10,-
I think I only need 10 or 15 pcb's, definitly no massproduction.