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Subject: Re: homebrew SMD pick'n'place/component holder?
Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 09:12:20 -0800
Organization: University of Victoria
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Is there a way to find this article? I would be very interested in see
Barry Lennox wrote:
> The ARRL handbook a couple of years ago had one along these lines. it
> used a universal joint and kitchen cabinet ball-bearing slide. The
> board is fixed. Just dug out the universal joint as I bought one from
> Parts USA, and it's on my list of projects in the next couple of
> months. It's made by PDQ and looks like it has the Napco part number
> Barry Lennox
> >I'm trying to find a better (and faster) way than tweezers to hold 0603 and
> >0805 components while hand soldering.
> >Has anyone run across ideas for a homebrew tool like this? I really don't
> >want to get into a CNC machine, or to pay for something like a Fritsch
> >manual p'n'p.
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