This page is about a design for stickers that you can place on top of your 40-pin DIP Atmega32 chips in a Number Six circuit board to help your hacking.
It begins simply, with the following graphics. Download and print out this file onto an 8 1/2" x 11 piece of adhesive paper:
Now, how does the magic happen? Download the following pattern for CorelDraw and send it to a laser cutter.
Focus and alignment are very important! Focus the laser cutter well and home it to the printed bracket like in this photo:
With just the right settings, you will ablate the top layer, without cutting all the way through! For my adhesive sheets, I used
for Staples sheets, try power at 25%. For additional laser cutter settings, click here.
The sticker even has a line where you can write the name of the image on the chip!
Isn't that great? Now, get out there and consume some more!