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In this, my first instructable, I will provide enough information to allow you to make your own small scale Boston Bomb as a fridge magnet. We just had ...
In this case - I used veroboard (sometimes called Stripboard) Lay the components out, and use point to point wiring on the back of the board to connect ...
The Boston Bomb is constructed using a sandwich technique, where the top board holds the components, the bottom board holds the magnet, and the battery holder is held ...
This is the circuit diagram. It is essentially a DC-DC converter, and a PIC 16F84 (or PIC 16F88) to drive it. Sw1 is a test switch - push ...
If you would like to create your own PCB, here is the PCB layout. In the PCB version, I did not worry about the eyes.
Here is the parts placement guide for the PCB.
Here is the unit mounted on the fridge - The kids and I believe that it is the best fridge magnet on the planet!!!If you would like a ...
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