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Old 26th September 2013, 12:33 AM   #91
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Thanks is a excellent video!
Lets talk internal ideal wire for audio signal , diameter, magnetic shield for F4 , F5 , AlephJ your prefered brand and why?
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Old 26th September 2013, 08:38 AM   #92
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Impressive 200k to 300k views ! That about 5% of the whole country . Love the accent make a dry subject fun for an old American . Go Kiwi !
I don't think that an Aussie will take kindly to being called a Kiwi

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Old 26th September 2013, 09:00 AM   #93
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I do work with strain gauging ie extremely small signals and have discovered issues with crimped bnc connectors just for starters.
This is basic stuff for most people here but I thought you guys might like to see how we tackle this stuff.
http://www.vishaypg.com/docs/11051/tn501.pdf
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I don't think that an Aussie will take kindly to being called a Kiwi
I ran the curser over his avatar and it said New Zeland thus the Kiwi .
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Aussie/kiwi, close enough, may as well just call us ANZACs
Kiwis tend to have a greater appreciation for sheep than us though.
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I ran the curser over his avatar and it said New Zeland thus the Kiwi .
Oh, I see you were refering to the guy that posted the EEV Blog links. My mistake! I thought you were refering to EEV Blog Dave. I beg forgiveness.
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Aussie/kiwi, close enough, may as well just call us ANZACs
Kiwis tend to have a greater appreciation for sheep than us though.
Sorry mates! I wanted to keep the sheep out of it! Just in case I ever get to visit that side.
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The kiwis love their sheep wool.
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Coming back to soldering though. How much of a benefit is hot air soldering? Is it worthwhile to get a hot air station in addition to a normal station?
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Coming back to soldering though. How much of a benefit is hot air soldering? Is it worthwhile to get a hot air station in addition to a normal station?
I do almost all SMT with a pointy tip on an iron. Only the QFPs and such, and larger size things on a large copper plane do I use an air pencil and low temp paste.
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