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This DIY Nixie Clock Uses No More Components Than Necessary

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    This DIY Nixie Clock Uses No More Components Than Necessary

    If you want to recreate what it was like for hobbyists before the advent of the integrated circuit, this clock is for you. This thing uses "215 discrete transistors, 518 diodes, 472 resistors and 101 capacitors on a massive 10" x 14" printed circuit board" to recreate something that 1960s-era James Bond would shut down at exactly the 007 mark to prevent the world from blowing up.

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    I said in search of my botni, not in search of my bhootni. Please stop sending me PMs.
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