Woodturning Safety – Basic Equipment You Should Have And Use

This article describes how to solder a quad flat pack component to a printed circuit board. The details of the process are covered, including chip placement, bent pin recovery, tacking, the soldering and solder bridge removal.

Get a hypodermic needle and a fine pair of pliers. Make a small 90 degree bend on the tip of the hypodermic needle. The bend acts as a kind of hook or puller face reusable mask filters for the bent pin legs.

The next tool is a vacuum pickup tool. This is simply a little suction cup with a squeeze bulb attached. You can use different sized suction cup fittings depending on the size of the component that you are picking up.

Put a finger at opposite corners of the chip and carefully move it around so that the pads on all sides line up with the device legs. This takes some time to do, so be patient. It is important to line it up accurately at this stage.

Put some solder into the reservoir tip of the iron. You don’t necessarily need to fill up the reservoir. As long as there is a small amount of solder there, the solder will flow out onto the pins and pads when the tip comes into contact with them.

Well, on to the spray painting of the stencil. First, you want to secure your stencil to the object to be painted and cover all exposed areas outside of the stencil with newspaper. If you don’t use an adhesive on the back of the stencil as described above, then tape down all the outside edges so that your stencil will not move during the entire process of painting.

You may want to consider doing some major repairs on your basement. Aside from the necessary repair of pipe leaks, and cracked floors and walls, you can also do some foundation repair, insulation installation, and other things. This will help prevent regrowth of mold.

#6- Paint ‘er up! Boom! Just like that, prep pays off. If you did the proper prep then final paint coats are a breeze.This is the part that anyone can do. but don’t get too cocky, not following manufacture specs as to proper temps and applications can still ruin a well prepped job. Just remember to take your time and have pride in your work, the final product WILL show it!