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When the Hydra attacks!


#1

We have been attacked by an army of hydras! Good thing not spiders, lol!

So how many do you think there are in this picture?


#2

at least 126, but they keep on goin’ out of frame…

[edit] alright, small pic on phone looks like 7 stacked… if it’s ten, others beat me to the correct math…


#3

Hot off the assembly line, eh? Bet that’s almost as fun to watch as the Krispy Kreme machine.


#4

My guess 140.


#5

Just from the picture and a little math you guys seem kinda low.


#6

I would say at least 200 (5x10 boards x 4 hydras per board)


#7

Alright 180! (visible) If 10 plates in stack, then as Bec said - 200.


#8

There’s exactly 180 “in this picture”. There could be more out-of-frame.


#9

200


#10

Looks like 9 “sheets” in a stack. There are 4 Hydras in a “sheet”. So 36 in stack and there 5 stacks visible.

So a total of 180 visible.


My question is: How long did it take for your equipment to make this many devices?


#11

Do you use the laser cutter to separate them?


#12

Looks like scaring and routing around angles


#13

Does the person that calculates the exact number of board gets them all ? :smiley:


#14

Yes if you make it tour office by 5PM :slight_smile:


#15

@ Gralin

William leaves very close to their office. I am sure you can make a deal with him. :smiley:


#16

I would make a NET MF based cloud computing service out of them all :slight_smile:


#17

How about a swarm of copters?


#18

Nice :slight_smile: Gus, is the first batch of boards off the new assembly line?


#19

Congrads Gus as now the fruits of your investments and efforts are starting to appear.