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Old 06-15-2007, 11:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Weird how some of the machines, printing the PCBs and baking them, look old fashioned.
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Wow not exactly how I expected a mobo factory to look like but still very interesting.
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San Jose , I lived there until I came back to the Holy Land *sigh*
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I was also surprised, by the fact that they are hand made too. Like those ladies putting in the capacitors and stuff. I always thought this stuff, was automated.

lol....that explains your messed board, Sora...lol jk...
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Weird how some of the machines, printing the PCBs and baking them, look old fashioned.
cool.... not my expectation of a mobo factory either...
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Yea I was thinking that while I was watching it. "One of you *****es put the wrong capacitor I bet!!!!" lmao
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Yea I was thinking that while I was watching it. "One of you *****es put the wrong capacitor I bet!!!!" lmao
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^ Rofl!

lol....I'm going to report that lady in the 26th picture. She's not looking at the motherboard she's working with. Instead she's chatting with her fellow workers, about where to go, to get their nails done.
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That was great! Now I got the munchies for some "egg yoke pie"!
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women that explains all the defective boards lol jk women are great
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