Want just a reference PCB business card? Have mine!Designed by Mr. Robot, Ships from Canada
By popular demand, I am selling singles of my own business card! For about the price of a beer, get a reference card with all the info you need to design circuits, and contact info of a good design...Read More…
By popular demand, I am selling singles of my own business card! For about the price of a beer, get a reference card with all the info you need to design circuits, and contact info of a good designer ;)
(If you want a custom one, please see here: https://www.tindie.com/products/IliaBaranov/10x-custom-pcb-business-card/)
Back of card includes:
Note 1: The small white lettering you see above the name is a makers mark and registration. It will appear... somewhere on the card, and can't be avoided.
This is a Printed Circuit Board business card I designed for fun, and got asked to put it up for sale. Feel free to fork the design on the Altium Circuit maker forum and make it yourself! This order is for people who want to save some time and effort re-designing it themselves.
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Hong Kong Post: standard option, 1-8 weeks
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Ilia Baranov is an engineering manager at Clearpath Robotics in Canada, where the primary tasks is both enabling and preventing the robot revolution. He is active within the Open Source Robotics community, helping maintain JACO, Jackal, PR2 ROS packages; and is the creator of the popular ROS 101 blog series. He is the managing engineering of the PR2 support team at Clearpath and leads the technical demonstration group. Ilia holds 2 patents related to mobile communications and successfully licensed technology from a business venture. He will often take the swiss army knife approach to a problem, where the faster and most versatile solution is preferred to the perfect solution. He graduated from the University of Waterloo with a degree in electrical engineering in 2013. Robotics and automation have been lifelong interests for him.
His hobbies are rock climbing, snowboarding, hacking random things, making things, and a few computer games.
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