Arduino Skeleton – Look Mom, no PCB!

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Arduino Skeleton – Look Mom, no PCB!

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MAKE subscriber Kakehi spotted this unusual Arduino incarnation at a recent Make: Tokyo meeting – Kimio Kosaka’s Arduino skeleton, made from nothing but components, steel wire, solder, and loving care. The board design is based off of the Metaboard Arduino-(mostly)compatible, which implements USB compatibility in the chip’s firmware.

Hmmm … insulated standoffs anyone? Maybe a quick resin dip?

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