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posted in February 2014

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Comment: 20 years ago - David Ashton - 2/27/2014
Comment: Re: Me too - David Ashton - 2/24/2014
Comment: Re: Watches... - David Ashton - 2/22/2014
Comment: Watches... - David Ashton - 2/22/2014
Slideshow: The Joy of Rotring
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2/20/2014   14 comments
Anyone who was involved in PCB or circuit diagram (schematic) drawing in the pre-computer era is very likely to know the Rotring name.
Comment: Re: Me too - David Ashton - 2/20/2014
Comment: February Caption - David Ashton - 2/14/2014
Comment: Re: Laser? - David Ashton - 2/13/2014
Comment: Re: Laser? - David Ashton - 2/13/2014
Comment: Moore's law..... - David Ashton - 2/13/2014
Comment: Re: Old Scopes - David Ashton - 2/13/2014
Comment: Re: Old Scopes - David Ashton - 2/13/2014
Comment: Arduinos et al - David Ashton - 2/13/2014
Comment: Re: Impedance - David Ashton - 2/13/2014
Comment: Old Scopes - David Ashton - 2/12/2014
Comment: Re: Impedance - David Ashton - 2/12/2014
Comment: Re: JTAG - David Ashton - 2/11/2014
Comment: Re: Book title - David Ashton - 2/9/2014
Comment: Re: Book title - David Ashton - 2/8/2014
Comment: Fluke Mods - David Ashton - 2/7/2014
Comment: Re: Me too... - David Ashton - 2/6/2014
Stripping PCBs to Reclaim Parts
Blog  
2/5/2014   21 comments
The nice thing about recycling parts from commercial PCBs is that you tend to obtain high quality components from them.
Comment: Aaaargghhh.... - David Ashton - 2/4/2014
Comment: Re: TEK Survey - David Ashton - 2/1/2014
Comment: Nixies - David Ashton - 2/1/2014


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