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Useful tips how to solder random SMD parts [Tips]
posted July 11 2012 6:01.39 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Peter, a regular site member sent me this nice youtube video with some simple tips'n tricks which will definitely make my life easier when working with small SMD components. If you work with SMD resistors and such, i recommend that you see this video. Thanks [Peter]



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