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bodging/prototyping with SMD stuff

Discussion in 'd.i.y.' started by bugbear, Sep 18, 2022.

  1. bugbear

    bugbear pfm Member

    This video is very unusual. It is stacked with remarkably credible tips, any one of which would normally be a 5 minute click-bait video. BY FAR the best thing I've ever seen on hobby use of SMD.

     
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  2. S-Man

    S-Man Kinkless Tetrode Admirer

    Excellent. Thanks.

    I've built a few projects by hand milling copper clad board - it's a fraught and unpleasant process!
    I like his magic copper scratcher, that is so much quicker, albeit limited to straight lines.
     
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  3. Mynamemynaim

    Mynamemynaim 38yrs a Naim owner

    Really interesting video
     
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  4. bugbear

    bugbear pfm Member

    His straight line limitation is partially circumvented by his later/additional technique of selectively bridging islands back together.

    I think this Stanley blade might make a better "scratcher tool" blank than the exacto blade he used.

    STANLEY® 1996 Large Hook Blade

    https://www.stanleytools.co.uk/prod...Utility+blades/STANLEY®+1996+Large+Hook+Blade

    BugBear
     
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