These renders were a personal project that I worked on sporadically for nine or ten months. There are about twelve dozen parts, some made of many more parts. They were built in Rhino and rendered in Keyshot.

The Rhino file.

The Rhino file.

Arduino perspective view

Arduino – perspective view.

Arduino top view.

Arduino – top view.

Arduino USB closeup

Closeup of the USB port, used for connecting the board to a computer. The reset button is in the bottom left corner, used for restarting the code. The power port is in the top right, used for connecting the board to a battery. The long black box with a row of silvery parts, behind the USB port, is the integrated circuit (IC), which is the "brain" of the board.

Arduino power port

Closeup of the power port, used to connect the board to a battery or AC-to-DC adapter. Some of the pins can be seen in the back, from the back of the port extending to the top let corner. The gray box in the bottom left is a voltage regulator.

Arduino IC closeup

Closeup of the integrated circuit (IC), essentially the "brain" of the board. Several pins can be seen on the left. These are mostly analog, power, and ground, with a few other things. The voltage regulator is seen as the black box in the top right, next to the power port. The silvery ovalish part in the top right is a crystal oscillator, used for determining time.

Arduino top/side view

Another view of the board. The power port is in the bottom left, with the USB port above it. The crystal oscillator, used for determining time, is the ovalish silvery part in the middle. Some pins are visible on the bottom, including power and reset. The pins on the top include ground and digital pins. The IC is immediately behind the front row of pins.

Arduino bottom view

A view of the soldering on the underside of the board. The USB port is easily visible on top, with the reset button next to it on the front left corner. Behind the reset button, on the left, are the digital pins.

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