May 13, 2009 AT 11:51 pm

Circuit board artwork

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Joe writes-

Circuit board artwork created with the T-Tech QuickCircuit 5000 PCB prototyping machine. This was an exercise to get familiar with the newest addition to my lab, so I used artwork from some of my friends and routed them into copper. They look pretty cool and show off some of the precision of the machine.

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The monkey picture is from Phil…

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3 Comments

  1. Beautiful work.

    Ehem….chimps are not monkeys; they are apes, for they are tailless, like most humans.

  2. You could use a negative image and then ink the PCB to print copies.

  3. Yes, I agree this should be Sumizuri-e…erized. I have to try this on my mill.

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