OSHWi Octopus Badge by Gustavo Reynaga

Alex Glow of Hackster.io takes a look at the OSHWi octopus badge designed by Gustavo Reynaga:

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The design files and source code are available on GitHub:

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GReynaga has shared the board on OSH Park:

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Oshwi Badge HACKSTER Version Rev 1

 

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Order from OSH Park

OSHWi Octopus Badge by Gustavo Reynaga

Building a PCB lapel

JinGen Lim created this beautiful project:

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Building a PCB lapel

I had little experience with fabric, but building a lapel out of PCB seemed like something that might just work. PCBs are typically built with extremely high tolerances for its copper and mask layers and still acceptably accurate for the silkscreen.

 

Building a PCB lapel

PCB Artwork in 2017

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wrote on Hackaday about the amazing PCB artwork that he’s seen so far in 2017:

Hackaday Links: June 11, 2017

PCB art is getting better and better every year.  This year, though, is knocking it out of the park.  In March, Andrew Sowa turned me into money.

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More recently, Trammell Hudson has explored the layers of OSH Park soldermask and silk to create a masterpiece.

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Now, we’re moving up to full-blown art. Blake Ramsdell worked with OSH Park to create a full panel of art in gold, fiberglass, soldermask, and silkscreen. It’s 22×16 inches, and it’s fantastic.

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David I. Herman just created a Facebook group for PCB paintings.

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PCB Artwork in 2017