Resistor Value Color Computer Wheel, Japanese Version

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Resistor Value Color Computer Wheel, Japanese Version

A commenter on Monday’s post about Rob Ives’ free downloadable resistor color wheel computer pointed us to the Japanese-language site of Ikkei Electronics, which provides this PDF created in 2007, and apparently dated to 1976, showing this cool hand-drawn-and-lettered version of the same idea. [Thanks, ikkei!]

2 thoughts on “Resistor Value Color Computer Wheel, Japanese Version

  1. Anonymous says:

    What’s the Japanese version of “Bad Boys…”?

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