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Blingtag project

Posted on Thursday, June 6th, 2013 in project logs by DP

BlingtagRev1

Mats posted the new version of his old project, the Blingtag:

I wanted to redo an old project and convert it from SMD to “surface mounted thru hole parts” with the extra twist of having the parts *inside* the PCB.

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5 Responses to “Blingtag project”

  1. Gabor says:

    Haha dead bug soic:D My favourite. Nice idea! I wonder what kind of package is in the lower right corner.

  2. It’s a 4.5×4.5mm tactile switch. I’ve added pix of a populated board in the linked project description….

  3. Gabor says:

    Really nice! :)

  4. Carl says:

    Like it, be nice to see the populated PCB when its done

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