I was meaning to post the dupont multimeter probes I made like that to this thread. Mine are dedicated leads instead of having the connectors like yours. I find those super useful and like how easy they are to use when breadboarding a circuit, rather than having some large probe handles with thick wires getting in the way.
PDF discussing making holes for mounting components in panels.
Hi Larry, Where did this come from? Any sources for those tools?I just bought a step drill to make 7/8" holes for large pilot lights. A greenlee chassis punch is now up to $50 or so :-(I'll grab some of the rest of this!
PCB vice.You may have to tweek the clamps with a file to adjust the fit.These are handy to hold your PCBs while you solder components on the board.At $7.00 they are reasonably priced.The two holes in the base are for securing the fixture to a heavier sub-surface.PCB vice..
Getting ready to make one of these. Just need to get in the garage and do it.What do you have for putting solder paste on small pads?
0201s Don't sneeze!I assume you have a Microscope.
I was going to suggest that you make one of these:
Dont be afraid to add stuff you need directly on a board ^^This is a programming board for the ESP8266-01 that I modified with a button and two wires.In standard operating mode the esp8266 will run its loaded firmware / arduino code when plugged in,however holding the button when connecting your device pulls gpio0 to ground allowing you to program the device.The button is hotglued to the female header. Could do 1 more on the opposite side for device reset..