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I do... sort of...

May 28 2008 at 1:09 AM
Clair Greenwood  (Login phant3)
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Response to What about heat sinks?

When soldering a multi piece assembly such as Panther spare track racks I will use a heat sink. Ive had a few unsolder in the past
so I learned my lesson. I just go with two self locking tweezers though. The first set goes onto the yet to be soldered peices to
hold them in place while being soldered ( this way it cant move away from its intended location ), and the second gets placed near the last finished join. Works great for me.

Model on,


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