October 31, 2012 AT 12:30 pm

Op-Amp Spider! #electronichalloween


A fried IC became the inspiration for a series of really cute Op-Amp spiders over at x-laser.com! THanks for sending these to us!

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The X-Laser spider inspecting circuit boards.

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The X-Laser spider examines one of the soldering irons.

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The X-Laser Spider spins a solder web off a ladder.

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1 Comment

  1. I have a fried ATmega328 that I’ve drawn a cat’s face on and stuck in some antistatic foam together with a (likewise fried) blue LED tail. It fits perfectly between the bezels of my two monitors and is a constant source of companionship. 😉

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