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555 based PWM generator free-form wire style

Posted on Tuesday, November 6th, 2012 in DIY by DP

Another cool free-from wire circuit. Jeff designed this 555 based PWM generator in Eagle. He printed the trace layer and used it as a template for bending the wires.

I built this 3D, freeform circuit as a test project. I’ve seen a few lately and love the way they look, and after making this circuit, I’m excited about this method as an alternative to point-to-point soldering or etching for small, one-off boards.

Check out a video of his design process below.

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