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Re: how to hold components in place while soldering?

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  • Dave Mucha
    Reading the thread, there seems to be two questions, one is for dead bug style circuits, those with no PC board, just wires in the air.
    Message 1 of 54 , May 1, 2009
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      Reading the thread, there seems to be two questions, one is for dead bug style circuits, those with no PC board, just wires in the air.

      http://ludens.cl/Electron/12Vcharger/12Vcharger.html

      for the arts type of use, try making up some wires, laying, not wrapped, then conncet one to a bucket and see how much you can lift before it breaks. you will be surprised. then try wrapping the wires and test that connection.

      if you want another way, you can take an LED, take your tiny end of your needle nose, cut the lead close to the LED and make aloop of the end till it is touching the plastic. slip in your resistor all the way and bend that leg all the way around, align so will be in the right place when you are done.

      not exactly what I am talking about, but you can see how tight you can get things.
      http://www.bigclive.com/joule.htm

      another neat thing is liquid tape. you paint it on instead of wrapping it, and it works when you cannot get heat shrink to work.

      just some ideas.

      Dave
    • Stefan Trethan
      Something like this: ST
      Message 54 of 54 , May 1, 2009
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