Inside a Huge PCB Factory - in China

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How I Made My Own iPhone - in China

I built a like-new(but really refurbished) iPhone 6S 16GB entirely from parts I bought in the public cell phone parts markets in Huaqiangbei. And it works! How much did it cost? Answer here: https://youtu.be/-KucQDXnKws I've been fascinated by the cell phone parts markets in Shenzhen, China for a while. I'd walked through them a bunch of times, but I still didn't understand basic things, like how they were organized or who was buying all these parts and what they were doing with them. So when someone mentioned they wondered if you could build a working smartphone from parts in the markets, I jumped at the chance to really dive in and understand how everything works. Well, I sat on it for nine months, and then I dove in. More details at: https://strangeparts.com/how-i-made-my-own-iphone-in-china/ My Gear: I shot it on this camera: http://amzn.to/2B0Snke And also with this: http://amzn.to/2BhdF1e And recorded sound on this: http://amzn.to/2CFuyPv Collaborative editing software: http://bit.ly/frameio-sp Facebook: http://facebook.com/strangepartscom Twitter: http://twitter.com/strangepartscom Instagram: http://instagram.com/strangeparts_com Email Newsletter: http://strangeparts.com/ Special thanks to everyone that helped:Ian Lesnet (dangerousprototypes.com), Jin Lin (dangerousprototypes.com and flylin.co), Helen, Frank, David, Wyman from G-Lon Cell Phone Repair School (facebook.com/wyman.liu.1), Charles Pax (paxinstruments.com), Patrick O'Doherty, Matt Turzo, Richard Littauer, the EFF, Bunnie Huang (bunniestudios.com), Sean Cross (xobs.io), all the rest of my friends in China that have been supportive, and most importantly all the Huaqiangbei market sellers that were so generous with their time and advice! #StrangeParts #iPhoneAdventures #China

Inside the RFID Stickers from a Chinese Cashier-less Store

We randomly found a cashier-less, employee-less convenience store in Yiwu, China, and of course we had to try it out. But once we did, I was dying to know more about how the technology worked. So I took some of the RFID tags back to my apartment in Shenzhen, and started taking things apart! This is the last video from my trip to Yiwu, China with Collin Abroadcast. Go see the first two videos: https://youtu.be/RDd10-poMm8 https://youtu.be/rQ-kUmxLHl4 Want to know more about the microscope in this video? I made a video about it: https://youtu.be/MBFyGzrClsI Edited by auram - https://www.instagram.com/aurxm/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/strangepartscom Instagram: http://instagram.com/strangeparts_com Facebook: http://facebook.com/strangepartscom My Gear: Main camera: http://amzn.to/2BfHqiW Other camera: http://amzn.to/2B0Snke Main lens: http://amzn.to/2B0THDI Other lens: http://amzn.to/2BAysJQ Microphone: http://amzn.to/2kNCqHg Little tripod: http://amzn.to/2B12zJF Music: 0:00 Crimson Sky - Stanley Gurvich (Licensed through Artlist.io) 1:05 The Night Feeling Suave - Friends With Animals (Licensed through Epidemic Sound) 6:13 Strange To Be Here - Lishuid (Licensed through Epidemic Sound) 17:11 Crimson Sky - Stanley Gurvich (Licensed through Artlist.io)

Manufacturing plywood boards: then and now

Plywood is a simple material made by glueing together thin sheets of wood, known as veneers or plies. These basic elements have remained broadly the same throughout its history. The most significant breakthrough in its production came in the early 1800s with the development of steam-powered machines that could cut veneers cheaply. The most influential of these was the rotary veneer cutter. The cutter rotates a log against a wide, horizontal blade, causing it to ‘peel’ into a continuous sheet of wood. This enables the creation of longer, wider sheets of veneer than previously possible and with little waste. Using these machines meant that plywood could be manufactured quickly and inexpensively on a large scale. This film shows the stages in manufacturing plywood boards in the mid-20th century and today. The process remains essentially unchanged, although today many of the machines are much faster and computer controlled. Produced as part of the V&A exhibition Plywood: Material of the Modern World (15 July – 12 November 2017) https://www.vam.ac.uk/plywood Sponsored by MADE.COM. Supported by the American Friends of the V&A Find out more about plywood with our fascinating exhibition book, Plywood: A Material Story https://www.vam.ac.uk/shop/plywood-a-material-story-148486.html

NEW TECHNOLOGIES THAT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND

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How to make a PCB prototyping with UV soldermask - pcb arduino project STEP by STEP

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Today we're visiting JLCPCB (https://jlcpcb.com/e), one of the largest prototype PCB manufacturers in China. We're getting an exclusive factory tour of one of their newest printed circuit board factories in Huizhou, just outside of Shenzhen, to see the PCB manufacturing process step-by-step. Are you an electronics geek or a DIY enthusiast that loves soldering projects that's always wondered how to make that PCB? Today we're going to see how it's made!

Thanks to JLCPCB for sponsoring this video!

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