After testing the breadboard oscillator model we decided to mount the circuit on a drilled pcb, in order to add stability and avoid sources of noise when connected to living sources. We ran some tests in this format, oscillator by oscillator to see the effects of the external readings in the system behavior.
Once the circuit was tested, we design a case to keep all the pieces in order and we made it on laser cuter. To make the cut, we visited the FabLab Brussels where we were allowed to use the laser cutter, but not before making an introductory workshop to the use of the machine. This FabLab is a very interesting space within the university and has all kinds of machines included one for pcb professional printing .
After taking the workshop, we cut our case and began to mount the oscillator. This is just the first version of the model, we will continue to improve it from the basic functions of the oscillator to its design in order to make it compatible with the euro rack format, which among other things requires a 15v power source.
To this point the work process is going to be concentrated in the development of a DIY micro Patch Clamp amplifier, and of course the next stages of the bio-modular.