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Homemade Nixie Tubes

Do you love Nixie Tubes? Upset that they aren’t really manufactured anymore, and the cost of old ones is rising? Why not make your own? That’s exactly what [Dalibor] of the Czech Republic is up to, including blowing the glass tubes himself! He’s chosen the Z568 nixie tubes to copy, as they are his favorite style of nixie. To create the display he has lasercut the digits and housing out of 0.
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