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RE: this is a good question

If I were to do resistor-on-board work? I'd use a removeable spacer UNDER the resistor to provide good stability while soldering while removing the spacer would admit air for cooling......

I've seen cheap boards turn to charcoal and become conductive. I've had to install 'dummy' traces to do emergency repairs for stuff which was NOT available. In some cases, I'd have like to have a board making kit available and remake some of those boards.

This was for semiconductor manufacturing equipment, not audio.....
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  • RE: this is a good question - pictureguy 16:57:36 09/22/22 (0)


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