We have a prototype four-bit adder working! It’s not pretty, but it works reliably. Photos and/or video to come. Meanwhile this puts us in new territory. We are no longer working off of plans designed by someone else. We’re going to need some . . . **computer assisted design** (my kids like the following video.)

We are working on designing a signal split. Here is what we have so far:

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