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Here’s an oxymoron in action, a fail whale that works.   Our member Haven Skys has been playing with the idea of laser etched acrylic circuits, and has built his first prototype.    Silver conductive ink for the traces and a deep etch gives not only a circuit, but a working schematic styled resistor.   Add in a CR2032 battery and a couple of surface mount LEDs and you’ve got a working LED flashlight that shows off the win that is fail.

Here’s an oxymoron in action, a fail whale that works.   Our member Haven Skys has been playing with the idea of laser etched acrylic circuits, and has built his first prototype.    Silver conductive ink for the traces and a deep etch gives not only a circuit, but a working schematic styled resistor.   Add in a CR2032 battery and a couple of surface mount LEDs and you’ve got a working LED flashlight that shows off the win that is fail.