[time-nuts] I love the smell of tantalum in the morning

Adrian Godwin artgodwin at gmail.com
Sun Nov 6 13:47:35 EST 2016


You might also want normal cold tweezers to place the part. I'm not sure
what an orange stick is, around here I'd use a wooden toothpick. Perhaps
that's the same thing !

The Swiss Venus tweezers have a lovely finish and the ends always meet.
There are probably others as good.

If you get some placing tweezers, make sure they're antimagnetic. Some
small parts (even resistors, that I wouldn't expect to contain steel) seem
to stick even to stainless steel. I've also heard bambooo tweezers are
good, but have never tried them.


On Sun, Nov 6, 2016 at 6:17 PM, jimlux <jimlux at earthlink.net> wrote:

> On 11/6/16 9:24 AM, Scott Stobbe wrote:
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>> I would not recommend purchasing soldering tweezers without trying them
>> first. They are not easy to control solder application when mounting a
>> component.
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> tweezers to remove
> single iron to install
> use a orange stick to hold the part down while you solder each end.
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