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- A Lead Researcher Cheltenham, Australia
Burn-In Substrates Reg. No: HT 28471
- Substrates used for burning in the chips to examine their function. Substrates were heated to up to 60 degrees celcius in oven to ensure good functioning of the integrated circuits.
- Laminex sample swatch, rectangular in shape, with rounded corners and a small circular hole cut into the top of the sample. Sample is double sided with a colour name printed across the bottom of each side. Plain green colour with silver glitter thread pattern on front; plain grey colour with silver glitter thread pattern on reverse. Sample has been removed from a group of 38 sample swatches hung on a silver metal chain.
- Acquisition Information:
- Transfer from University of Melbourne (The), 2008
|Dimensions:||76 mm (Height), 45 mm (Width)|
|Tagged with:||disability technologies, disabilities, hearing aids, hearing impaired, australian innovations, innovation design|
|Themes this item is part of:||Laminex Pty Ltd, Medicine in Society Collection|
|Primary Classification:||MEDICINE & HEALTH|
|Secondary Classification:||Medical Research|
|Inscriptions:||Printed on front with blue ink: 'LAMINEX / NILE GREEN CLASSIC / HI-GLOSS'
Printed on reverse with blue ink: 'LAMINEX / PYRAMID GREY CLASSIC / HI-GLOSS'
|Lead Researcher:||Professor Graeme Clark - University of Melbourne (The), Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia
Date Manufactured Notes: Date range estimated from style and colour palette in this sample set, and from preliminary research of the company.
A Place like home : a nostalgic journey through the Australian home, Museum of Victoria, Laminex Industries, Museum Victoria, Melbourne, 1994