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Sweet Lincoln on a board!

Posted on Wednesday, February 17th, 2010 in idle by Ian

This portrait of Abe Lincoln etched onto a PCB is too fun to miss. We’ve hidden signatures, graffiti, and love notes in the copper of PCBs.  How do you sign your boards?

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2 Responses to “Sweet Lincoln on a board!”

  1. joshua says:

    Cool, nicely done.

    Reminded me of an LPC flash emulator I saved from the recycle bin at work; I opened it up trying to sort out what it was and found a picture of Jimi Hendrix on the PCB silkscreen.

  2. ril3y says:

    How I roll.

    Not really a “circuit” but it was an attempt at how cool I could get a pcb. http://blog.synthetos.com/pcb-cyborg-art/
    Next is to bake in a circuit next time.

    I try to use copper to do quite a bit of the words needed too!
    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2754/4383148529_4bf033427b_b.jpg

    Ril3y

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