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Old 16-03-15, 06:53 PM
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Also, if you are going to buy a soldering Iron make sure it isn't one of those cheapy 5Euro ones they are most probably bad quality that will take ages to heat up properly and will stop working soon-ish.
There's a company called Weller, their irons are great!

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Old 16-03-15, 07:08 PM
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coffee filters for cleaning TIM off? oh and haribo for staving off hunger haha
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Old 16-03-15, 07:35 PM
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Where's the compressed air at?
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Old 16-03-15, 07:39 PM
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Where's the compressed air at?
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Old 16-03-15, 07:42 PM
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Ah I only quickly scrolled through the images, apologies!

I think plasti-dip needs to be among the modding tools as well tbh!
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Old 16-03-15, 07:48 PM
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I can't believe an anti-static wrist band came up before a CNC controlled six-axis milling machine, I know which I would sooner have.

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Old 16-03-15, 07:58 PM
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I can't believe an anti-static wrist band came up before a CNC controlled six-axis milling machine, I know which I would sooner have.

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you do make me laugh dude, I'd have gone with a flowjet over the CNC six-axis, maybe even a HP 3D scanner and Printer. Now that's some real special tooling right there.

Sorry @Feronix but if I were to include Plasti-Dip then we'd have to have Carbon Vinyl, Hydrographics, 3D Printers... I had to stop at some point. Other wise there would be little point in the thread or you guys adding stuff

There was the discussion yesterday between JR23 and myself as to how this would pan out and it was decided it's just going to be a guide, and now the community can add what they think or in fact actually use.
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Old 16-03-15, 08:00 PM
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Plasti-Dip is actually pretty sweet and easy to use.
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Old 17-03-15, 08:58 AM
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Great idea Wraith.....

I think a mention that if you are to buy a soldering iron, make it a quality on preferably 60w or above, and variable, and to go with it, a quality spade tip or similar, those useless pointy ones that are included, are just a wast of time.
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Old 17-03-15, 03:14 PM
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Great idea Wraith.....

I think a mention that if you are to buy a soldering iron, make it a quality on preferably 60w or above, and variable, and to go with it, a quality spade tip or similar, those useless pointy ones that are included, are just a wast of time.
You just did dude Include a link and picture, it will all add up to become a grand community guide.
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