there are many ways to pull components out of your boards, one is to pull things out with a cinch or pull things out with the board editor . another is to use a scissor . if you are using a soldering iron, you can also pull components out directly (like when it goes straight through).
that's why i wrote this method! this circuit is a basic example of an spi sensor. this sensor is a generic sensor of sorts. a lot of sensors are pretty complicated so i wrote it for simplicity. as always, check the tutorial for more information on this sensor and the other spi sensors. in essence, this is how the signal is transmitted from the sensor chip to the mcu. you would substitute the sensor chip and mcu with your own sensors.
supply the sensor power via its vcc pin. in this example, the spi clock pin is tied to gnd to use the standard spi data pin to transmit spi. when using this sensor, the spi clock cannot be faster than the spi data rate.
i have wanted a 3d printer for years. i just didn't think they were practical or safe for the baby. many 3d printers or 3d printing filaments are powered by usb or batteries which are not safe for small kids. i finally built my own using an arduino mini, as it is plenty small, i am still using a 3d printer. i used a tamiya t-slot. it works great with abs, pla, pva and nylon. i have used these before and they are excellent. they are very easy to use and the parts go easily together in the 3d printer and usually i can just take apart the end result after printing is complete. i am no expert in 3d printing but these are a great set of accessories and are easy to use.