Candy PCB most likely ROHS-compliant

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Candy PCB most likely ROHS-compliant

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James’ sweetie fabbed a nice piece of edible circuitry for him –

My girlfriend Sarah made this candy circuit board birthday cake topper. Originally she wanted to make a gingerbread MakerBot, but didn’t have the time or space.

Instead she was inspired by the iPhone motherboard and went from there. The base is dark chocolate covered with green frosting. The resistors are Tic Tacs!

That rainbow (sour straw?) ribbon cable is a nice touch as well :)

4 thoughts on “Candy PCB most likely ROHS-compliant

  1. Ayush says:

    Dude you have a sweet girlfriend

  2. AndyL says:

    I wonder about that unusual loopback arrangement on the ribbon.
    I wonder if this board is configured in some sort of delicious self-test mode prior to installation.

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