#Manufacturing Monday: Samsung Pick ‘n’ Place Feeder #nycmfg
Continuing on from last month’s photo series of our new Samsung SM482 pick and place machine, this month I took a few pictures of the SMD feeders, which are themselves some lovely bits of hardware.
You can see the larger version of each photo by clicking on the images above, or you can check ’em out at the Flickr photo set.
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John, I just *love* your photos. You always manage to bring out the inherant beauty of function in things.
Derek: Thank you! 🙂
These photos really have an emotional quality to them; really brilliant work – perhaps a 2014 Adafruit weekly calendar is in order (weekly so you get 52 brilliant electronic pictures) !