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DISCRETE WIRING – DEAD BUGS

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DISCRETE WIRING – DEAD BUGS – thanks Kevin! How many do you violate?


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3 Comments

  1. While you’re at it, peruse the rest of the Workmanship Standards Manual. It provides a wealth of information as to how things should look and what’s unacceptable. We use a similar reference for our avionics shop. You don’t want to be flying with substandard work barely keeping your engine controls, navigation and communications systems functioning.

    Also a lot of good visuals if you’re starting out in electronics as a hobby and need to know what proper solder connections should look like.

    http://workmanship-562.gsfc.nasa.gov/lib/insp/2%20books/frameset.html

  2. Oh, that’s great, thanks for sharing it around! I’m now trying to count the errors in my deadbug-duino (http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshmyer/5003163692/in/set-72157624860884861/)

  3. Those solder joins were amazing!

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