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Make An Interactive Weekly Corkboard Calendar


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Weekly to do wall calendar makes a comeback with interactive technology. via instructables

…let us re-design Classic Cork Board become more interactive board

Before we get started, let us collect the idea of main function :

As Public board or information board everybody can see and follow up
Easy and free to Pin , what ever the paper we can pin on that board
Every paper that pinned have own alarm

How to make every pin have own alarm ? why not if we make cork board as electronic circuit board

In this instructable we will create cut cork board in size 10 cm x 40 cm and 4,4x 40 cm (Will describe in the next step), this size is not fix we can create different size depend of the needs

This Cork Board have two layer, so we stick double tape to first layer full and second layer only top and bottom part.

Stick it Allumunium foil to the first layer with full size and then stick Allumunium foil with size 7cmx40cm stick it on the center second layer

The function of Alumunium foil is Ground layer in electrical environment, but this time we want to hide it between two layer of the board so now make a sandwich of cork board

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