Pencil Holder – PH11 – Integrated Circuits with Maple and Red Oak – 49-17


Here is a new piece made of integrated circuit chips and wood. This pencil holder measures about 5 inches at the base and is just under 5 inches tall. The opening for your pencils and markers is about 3 inches. The wall of the holder is constructed out of integrated circuit chips that are soldered together at the pins that are used to mount them onto circuit boards. I’ve taken several photos so that you can see how this looks from several different angles. This is the first holder that employs a new design feature I’ve developed where I embed a piece of the same material used on drafting tables into the bottom to take the impact of pens and such. This will protect the holder and your writing instruments. The base is made of Maple and the top ring is made of Red Oak.

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This will make a striking statement on any desk, especially the desk of anyone in the technology or engineering field. Every one of these will be different and as I build more I will be experimenting with various chips and assembly designs. Feel free to make a request if you have a special interest in a particular type of chip or size.

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