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A short video of the Raspberry Pi factory process from RaspberryPi.org. From Liz:
I’d thought you might have had enough of details about the factory process that builds your Pi by now, but it seems I’m wrong: we’ve had lots of requests for video of how certain parts of the assembly work since Pete’s post describing how the Pi is made went live at the end of last month.
So here’s some home-made video showing you what goes on on the production line. It’s worth watching this alongside another read of Pete’s explanation of what’s going on. Some of the pick-and-place robotics is a bit hard to see – we had to film through a safety hood – but there’s lots of fine detail here which we think you’ll find really interesting.
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