Poorman’s OLED test jig

Posted on Thursday, March 7th, 2013 in OLED by DP


Baoshi has designed and built this OLED test jig using pogo pins:

 I made an inquiry on Dangerous Prototypes forum asking for an ideas about how to make a test jig for the panel. Less than a hour later I received a replay from matseng. He suggested me to use pogopins to make a jig. And Ian also showed me a photo of test jig he bought from Shenzhen. And then started my journey to make a poorman’s version of test jig.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “Poorman’s OLED test jig”

  1. Glaisin says:

    Nicely and neatly done!

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