That was the third place I checked. The others were around 15% or more higher.@dl324 Wow! that's half the price Amazon wanted...
All of the video I saw had it on the right hand.I have zero control of my left arm/hand.
Even with working fingers I find some types of cable very unco-operative when trying to strip and tin - usually microphone cables it seems.One area thats very difficult is stripping and preparing the ends of wires for soldering onto connectors,
I did have some success with partial stripping like that then putting the wire on a silicone (sticky) mat and rolling the insulation in opposite directions. Works OK for smaller single wires as long as I can control the stripper which is a bit hit n miss. Doesn't work for larger cables (hard to get a tight twist) or ribbon cable (obviously).Even with working fingers I find some types of cable very unco-operative when trying to strip and tin - usually microphone cables it seems.
What works reasonably well is to release the stripper before it has pulled the insulation off completely, then tin as much as possible of the exposed wire, (with the remaining piece of insulation holding the strands together) then snip off the end.
Obviously this requires tinning with a soldering iron, not a solder pot.
Neat idea! I have used rubber bands around the handle of some needle nose pliers for a similar effect.Like I said magnets are my friends. So is super glue and my Dremel.
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