This is what happens when everything is set up wrong:
Incorrect nozzle, bent pcb, excess puff-off, basically, the nightmare before christmas.
And if you think that’s bad, check this other one out:
Most of the circumstances escaped either my control (I’m forced to use that particular nozzle, can’t do much about the bent pcb) or my expertise (puff-off is a bit of magick trick, requires lots of experience)
Well, I’ll do better next time /laughs, then cries/
Happy new year and all that shit one is supposed to say today. Let’s hope 2016 is as weird as 2015 was.
And talking weird, this led:
It has quite an artistic appeal, and I would keep it for me if it wasn’t for the led (and full populated board) high price.
Also, another one:
Yeah, I think they’re a domed* version of this led.
*got the tittle pun? XD
Some time ago, I mentioned some weird led packagings that we would be seeing in the future…
Well, the future is now, more or less:
If you’re not surprised yet, just watch this:
I mean, this is almost the absolute minimum, bar making the ceramic substrate thinner.
In the race for material efficiency, whe’re reaching really absurd heights.
Who could have guessed that pick and place machines could sneeze?
Nope Ledonardo, you won’t fit in the footpint:
If you mark a failing led…at least mark the correct one, would you?
Go on, continue browsing the net now.
No words needed:
Chance of repair without making a real mess? ZERO (everything sunk in concrete).
(Design Hub Museum, Barcelona)