[time-nuts] Remove Pictic boards from envelopes
Leigh L. Klotz, Jr WA5ZNU
Leigh at WA5ZNU.org
Tue Aug 10 05:38:21 UTC 2010
I tried water, then isopropyl, but what worked was a quick cleaning
with a white eraser.
On 08/06/2010 08:15 AM, Ed Palmer wrote:
> You mean they are tinned? I received my two boards a couple of days
> ago. I thought that they missed the tinning solution. There's just
> an occasional splash of bright tin here and there, particularly on the
> back. The rest looks like oxidized copper. I haven't tried to solder
> them yet. Hope the rosin cuts through it.
> Stanley Reynolds wrote:
>> Please remove Pictic boards from envelopes when you receive them.
>> Received a report that the tinning on the bottom of the board was
>> discolored perhaps due to some contamination in the envelope. Will
>> wrap boards in plastic wrap in the future.
More information about the time-nuts