I'm building some LED headlights for my radio-controlled car, and I plan to use one of those project boards or whatever they're are called to wire my LEDs and their resistors. But my RC car is gas powered, and the engine puts out a lot of vibration. I'm concerned that my big white LED's will be tugging a little on their solder joints without some sort of brace, and I would like to just use some hot-glue form a glue gun.
But I'm new to electronics, and I do not know if the glue would be too hot? and I doubt it, but does the glue conduct electricity?