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Old 6th September 2004, 10:10 PM   #1
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Default You can make a wooden PC board!

An old styled, new fashioned, circuit board...can be covered with some thin wood laminated, or, can be in a real solid 4 milimeters good wood too...can use one normal PC board under....or not!

Of course can burn, USA houses made of wood also!

Use fuses.... as the burned USA houses used before the fire.... and people said that i am crazy (they are rigth....but they are crazy too!).

And winds against "reinforced paper houses"...my God!..... cannot understand those things...maybe cheap wood..... grumpf!.....from brazil....Grrrrrrrrr!

I put some imagines from my imagination.

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Old 6th September 2004, 10:26 PM   #2
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I will put some commented images.

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Old 6th September 2004, 10:28 PM   #3
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Default One more image.

Have this one and another one only.

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Old 6th September 2004, 10:29 PM   #4
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Default One more image....maybe the last..hehe

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Old 6th September 2004, 10:31 PM   #5
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Default I think it's a good idea to like my boards.... this is one of

One of my friends....he dislike a lot people that do not like the things i do!


Hehehe..... he is so kind..... even the snakes run out of him....so gentle!!!!!

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Old 7th September 2004, 07:08 AM   #6
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hahah

That last pic made me laugh..


I dont quite understand what your doing, is the board just being used to hold the components, then you do P2P soldering?

What do you think the benefits of this would be?
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Old 7th September 2004, 10:50 AM   #7
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Wood has very dubious dielectric properties if you're doing this to improve upon PCBs.
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Old 7th September 2004, 12:35 PM   #8
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Default No benefits, only going backwards, alike a crab

And beeing artist, or making something different.

Why goind backwards, alike a crab does!....

Because, if you think without passion....and go to hear one tube amplifier...you will see that it is better to return to the past, as new designs do not sound good, not as good as electronic tubes.

This way, if we are going, related to quality, going backwards...why not to go back too related the way to do the things?.... some return to past can be interesting. as we do not gave solution to our world problems, and why could not improve the audio quality from the amplifiers, or, we entered one wrong "road", related to produce amplifiers.... they do not sound agreable to our human ears alike transistor, FETs, Mosfets and other modern components..... and that is not discussed anymore, as everybody knows that very well, ... so well they know that they are trying to make a tube sound now a days.

The electronic tubes, despite of non linearities, and full of harmonics, heat, microphony, and all the problems related....consumption and that the tubes became week when you used long time...... despite of all that horrible things... we could not beat them..... we could not even reach them.

This way, friends...why not to construct things , "the good and old way"....

That's the problems.... always thinking in improve.... to reconstruct the things that already constructed... alike amplifiers Wilkinson and things alike..... the reasonable was the improovements of the tubes, the miniaturization, the consumption reduction, the methods of coupling, the special material transformers.... we jump to transistor and trying to make it good.....more than 50 years trying!...go to hear tube, and after that, think if you have more doubts, about i am saying.

If i could make you laugh... this is good....because laugh is one wonderfull thing.... have good feelings almost all the times...but if you laugh was not the good ones...sorry for you.

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Default This man, in the picture, is a PHD doctored from Stanford

And he is rich as a hell, and also have farms and Industries....but he is Brazilian and from the desert... so hot that some animals cannot survive there, more than 46 degrees under shadows.... very hot.... they survive in those places because they are strong!

Those people, without neck, are holland invaders descendents....not really invaders...i think personally not really invaders...one Princip came from holand, and make this place his place.... and came with the family to leave here.....and, of course, they are mixed with us.

This one was in one Ham Party.... he produces Brazilian Cachaça, a hot beverage, alike Tequila or Vodka....made form sugar cane destilled....his emotional and intelectual quocient is over the average of this country... and go to check if bigger or lower than US average or other good places....he was only Joking, making this expression, because the people of his place is really strong and proud..... and some offenses there result in someone up side down in a three, with a Christian Cross designed in its stomach...oppened abdomen, and one part of internal long digestive organ is given to the dogs start to pull them out.... very nice people.... they like to use double barreled .12 gauge to explode enemies heads.... very king the ones he is trying to show us....and you see the accessorie to put the .12 gauge cartridges.

Nice this desert people....hehe...very nice.

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A "breadboard" design, nice.

Electronics was started this way; Edison & Marconi circuits assembled on polished wood, with solid turned brass terminals.

lovely.

Sometimes I would like a 12guage shotgun to blast away troublesome designs. It must be a good feeling.
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