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(Farktography) Farktography Theme of Farktography Contest No. 440: "No Disassemble". Details and rules in first post. LGT next week's theme   (farktography.net) divider line
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2013-10-10 4:23:05 AM  
16 votes:
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Double French horn
 
2013-10-10 4:25:18 AM  
13 votes:
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BLT with mayo
 
2013-10-10 4:24:10 AM  
13 votes:
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Glock 21
 
2013-10-09 10:49:26 PM  
13 votes:
Darts
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2013-10-10 6:11:22 PM  
9 votes:
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2013-10-10 3:16:43 AM  
8 votes:
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Disassembled DIY LED light
 
2013-10-10 12:38:28 AM  
8 votes:
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2013-10-09 11:21:10 PM  
7 votes:
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Many thanks to Bathia_Mapes for the TF!
 
2013-10-09 11:18:51 PM  
7 votes:
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2013-10-10 7:30:17 AM  
6 votes:
fuel dispenser

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2013-10-10 6:12:04 PM  
5 votes:
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2013-10-10 4:31:22 PM  
5 votes:
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USB Flash Drive

 
2013-10-10 12:01:23 AM  
5 votes:

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My electronics "workbench" / game table
(The disassembled item is a prototype for an automatic ticket dispenser.)

(Pops to my site where you can view larger)

 
2013-10-09 2:58:39 PM  
5 votes:
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i too have taken a HDD apart. yes that's a magnet, one can't be too cautious when destroying data.
 
2013-10-09 2:56:11 PM  
5 votes:
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this is a Plll M/B and before i pulled the wires i wanted to know where they would go back later.
 
2013-10-08 5:40:08 PM  
5 votes:
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A Sony Discman
There are a lot less parts to this than I expect.

 
2013-10-08 5:36:45 PM  
5 votes:
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A Kodak KB28.

 
2013-10-09 3:01:18 PM  
4 votes:
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after Katrina i took the motors out of all the equipment we were going to save so they could be rebuilt. those are leather stripping machines.
 
2013-10-10 12:02:57 PM  
3 votes:
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leftover watch parts from a steampunk art project
* they're sitting on my cut board as it slides gently down the table

/be kind, my first Ft photo
 
2013-10-10 4:22:26 AM  
3 votes:

Curious: i too have taken a HDD apart. yes that's a magnet, one can't be too cautious when destroying data.


The one attached to the read/write heads (behind all that metal shielding) is likely more powerful than the one you got right there above the platters.

Ace25: Disassembled DIY LED light


That's what I like to see.

And for my entry - This was a damaged unit. I cut the board straight in half, pulled off every diode, re-bridged every trace at the cut section by hand, started at first trying a red/blue pattern (all red led on the far left as you see) but realized that wasn't going to work so I semi-randomized my picks.

Then I had to fiddle a lot with the cam. But otherwise, not bad.

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(If you remove the l right before .jpg you'll get the full sized pic.)
 
2013-10-10 2:26:08 AM  
3 votes:
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1994 Quantum.
 
2013-10-08 5:37:53 PM  
3 votes:
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A Kodak KB28

 
2013-10-10 11:40:43 AM  
2 votes:
Does "unassembled" count?

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