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Old 19-07-2018, 01:53 AM   #71
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What an enormous undertaking! Looks like you have matters well in hand, however.
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Old 19-07-2018, 09:57 PM   #72
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But you can use them if it helps. Thanks for the offer

BTW your url is wrong! Gone
Flashbang, I apologise.

I did research the subject and to be honest thought your wording the most appropriate. The terminology used is very common throughout all websites, as its based around standard legal speak disclaimers. I did mean to go back and use a more standard template version, but it escaped my attention.

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Always did feel uncomfortable about this new ‘resource’.
Hi Steve M, care to elaborate?
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Old 19-07-2018, 10:12 PM   #74
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Not really.
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I finally got around to doing a Soldering write up, it's been on my list to make a which/guide for long time. It frequently comes up on forums (mainly "I am scared to try") but also how to and which iron. There are plenty of video's on the net of how to solder and loads of soldering iron/station reviews, but little about the basics and how to choose an iron and how to use it!

Soldering Iron Guide
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Prompted by a discussion with exhibitors at a Model railway exhibition, a couple of guides on electronics that are useful for controlling power, sprang to mind.
Now added to the growing list

DC to DC change of voltage parts guide
Dimming (PWM) parts guide

And with a new front end, as the list is getting long!

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