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From: "Da Man"
Subject: Re: Total lack of response re SMT query - What gives ?
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Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 23:49:06 GMT
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try the 0201 sizes
"Gibbo" wrote in message
> John Larkin wrote:
> >On 29 Dec 2002 23:24:27 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Gibbo) wrote:
> >>I posted a query re SMT a few days back. It got *one* reply.
> >>I just did a few google searches on all the electronics newsgroups for
> >>"smt+microscope" "smt+infrared" "smt+rework" etc.
> >>I found literally *hundreds* (possibly thousands) of threads. 99% of
> >>*one* post in them ie *no* replies. A very few had two or 3 posts in
> >>What's that all about ?
> >>No-one here using SMT ? All living in the 20th century still ? All trade
> >>secrets and no-one prepared to divulge their techniques ?
> >>Come on, there must be loads here doing it on a regular basis.
> >It's just that SMT isn't very interesting. You just do it, practise a
> >bit, and that's that. You can do nearly anything yo need to do with
> >ordinary Radio Shack tools.
> You think ?
> I can't even *see* 0402 components let alone pick one up and solder it to
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