I am a Ham (Amateur) Radio operator and I just finished putting together a semi-kit Ham Radio Transceiver. The concept of the manufacturer is QUITE unique.
The company is in India and the µBITX boards are hand-assembled by a collective of women. Each of the toroids is hand wound. This provides these women with livelihood. The assembled boards are then DC checked and a final RF check is performed to check the receiver’s sensitivity as well as transmitter’s output before being shipped. Each board is individually numbered.
Anyway, here is the finished product (most of the case is draft board, except the front panel, which is maple.