I like to build small electronics projects and like many others I have found the small Altoids tins to be excellent enclosures.
These tins are inexpensive, well shielded, easy to work with, and least but not least they enable you to make experimental circuits that are sturdy enough that they can be reused later.
Pictured here is a collection of projects I have built over the years with the hope that they may inspire others.
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