File:Exposing a Chip on Board (COB).webm

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The video shows the process of removing the epoxy resin using a scalpel and a heat gun (fired up to 200°C). Removing it with a scalpel was rather destructing, but I did not want to use aggressive chemicals. The whole process took about 10 Minutes. The last minute of the video also shows some close-ups done with a cheap webcam, which was modified for magnification. More information can be found at http://www.kaibader.de/exposing-a-chip-on-board/

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Author Kai Christian Bader
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This work by Kai Christian Bader is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (CC-BY-SA - At around 4:40 you can read it directly in the video).

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Attribution: Kai Christian Bader
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Attribution: Kai Christian Bader
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current13:46, 12 February 20144 min 46 s, 1,280 × 720 (47.85 MB)Jacopo Werther (talk | contribs)HD 1280 × 720
13:21, 12 February 20144 min 45 s, 640 × 360 (23.04 MB)Jacopo Werther (talk | contribs)== {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description=The video shows the process of removing the epoxy resin using a scalpel and a heat gun (fired up to 200°C). Removing it with a scalpel was rather destructing, but I did not want to use aggressive chemi...
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Completed transcode 01:06, 21 February 2014Low bandwidth Ogg video (160P)
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Completed transcode 13:51, 12 February 2014Web streamable WebM (360P)
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