Pencil Holder – PH10 – Integrated Circuits with Douglas Fir and Mahogany – 48-17


Here is a new piece made of integrated circuit chips and wood. This pencil holder measures about 4 inches at the base and is about 5 inches tall. The opening for your pencils and markers is about 3 inches. The wall of the holder includes a ring made of integrated circuit chips that are soldered together at the pins that are used to mount them into circuit boards. On this one I used several ePROM chips that have a clear “window” on them that allows you to see the actual silicon wafer and the micro-fine wires that make up the interior of the integrated circuit chip. I’ve taken several photos so that you can see them clearly. The base is made of Douglas Fir and the top ring is made of Mahogany. There is a really nice knot in the piece of Douglas Fir and I show that clearly in one of the photos.

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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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