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## PCB Assembly
The PCB is designed to be produced with a thicknes of 0.6mm and requires a case in order to fit inside the USB slot.
![final-pcb](./output/images/gnukey.jpg)
![final-pcb](https://git.rnd2.org/erigas/gnukey/raw/branch/slim/output/images/gnukey.jpg)
### BOM
Below is the bill of materials needed for soldering the gnukey pcb.
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### Assembly
The PCB can be soldered in a home-lab using a hot-air soldering station and solder paste.
The image below shows both the bare PCB and the assembled one.
![pcbs](./output/images/gnukey_pcb.jpg)
![pcbs](https://git.rnd2.org/erigas/gnukey/raw/branch/slim/output/images/gnukey_pcb.jpg)
And the following image shows the top and bottom view of the assembled PCB.
![top-bottom](./output/images/top-bottom.jpg)
![top-bottom](https://git.rnd2.org/erigas/gnukey/raw/branch/slim/output/images/top-bottom.jpg)
### PCB case
As mentioned earlier, the PCB is designed to be used with a case.
The case designs can be found at [gnukey-ds](https://git.rnd2.org/erigas/gnukey-ds) repo.
Below is an image showing how the final Gnukey token will look like using the cases from the gnukey-ds repo.
![gnukey-case](./output/images/gnukey_case.jpg)
![gnukey-case](https://git.rnd2.org/erigas/gnukey/raw/branch/slim/output/images/gnukey_case.jpg)
## Licence
Copyright Evangelos Rigas 2019.


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