DIY remote control rocket launcher with Dangerous Prototypes stickers

Posted on Friday, February 22nd, 2013 in Free PCBs by DP


Lonerganrob tweeted this picture of his DIY remote control rocket launcher with Dangerous Prototypes sticker attached to it.

good use for my free stickers its on my home made remote control rocket launcher :)

Three times a week we give away free PCBs,  and also a few stickers.   Feel free to share yours as well.

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