The winning entry, by EE Times Community Member, dadeus, was Finally, after a long year of R&D, Bob's Self-Actualizing-Nano-Transfer-Accumulator (SANTA) 3D printed the test equipment he wanted.
Finally, after a long year of R&D, Bob's Self-Actualizing-Nano-Transfer-Accumulator (SANTA) 3D printed the test equipment he wanted.
And the runners up -- in no particular order -- were as follows:
David Ashton On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love sent to me: 12 Screens displaying, Eleven Power Supplies, Ten LEDs a Flashing, Nine Raspberry Pis, Eight MegOhm Meters, Seven Switches Switching, Six Oscilloscopes, Five DVMs, Four Arduinos, Three Breadboards, Two Test Leads, and a Plug and a socket for me
ParrecoBudgeting 101: Engineers are so easy to fool....you take old equipment, wrap it up, and they think they received something new!!
dt_hayden He's checking his stack, He's parsing it 10b times. He's gonna find out who's naughty and /naughty. NERDY CLAUS is coming to town.
ParrecoThe boss said to wrap-up the design....so here you go!!