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Hello guys !

This is my another instructable, which shows you how to join wires together efficiently..!

most of the people just join the wires and just wrap some insulating tape on it...

so in this instructable im gonna show you how to join wires together efficiently...I don't do this on all kind of applications...I do when it is something important..

Step 1: Tools Required....!

1. wire cutter

2. insulating tape

3. wire to join

4. glue (fevikwik)

Step 2: Cutting Wire

Just cut the wires as I did..!

why I cut the wires like that is explained in the next step..!

Step 3: Soldering...!

gap is used to prevent the wires from being short circuited...

Step 4: Apply Glue...!

Apply the glue between the wires...It helps the wires to keep in place....

Step 5: Finishing Touch...!

wrap any insulating tape on the joint...You can see in the above image how the joint is...

Step 6: Why This Technique....!

If any pressure applies on the wires it does not applies on the soldering .....It applies on the glue joint...so the soldering joint stays strong and lasts long enough....!


.......................................TnahkUyo...................................

....................comment plz..........................................

I have done it this way so many times. What I get is, the gap being uneven. Extra wire on one side or the other. <br>As this still works for said job. It is ugly and bothers me to death every time. Lol <br>Great instructable!! But I would like to ask. How do you avoid a pregnant gap zone nightmares? Do you just eye ball it or do you actually measure them out? I've only ever eye balled it myself. So I would appreciate any how you get them to line up. <br>This is the you would want to use in more than a two wire task. Like USB wire. <br>-M@ <br>
for USB.. I'll maintain the same gap between four wires...!!!
thanks...<br>I'll just eye ball on it...but if is uneven... I'll re correct it...
<p>Make the mechanical joint. Secure with permanent device. Lineman's splice being my preferred mechanical joint.</p>
yeah ...I too like that mechanical joint...<br>but it is an another method..!!!<br>quick ..easy...!!!
<p>Thank you for sharing this technique. It is quick, strong, and simple!! Keep sharing :-)</p>
thanks for u r feedback...!!!
This email is a great technique, how ever I usually stick with joining the wires by mechanical means of each ending in a hook then hooking them together and twisting. It's extra work but after you solder and tape or heat shrink wrap (works best) they come out the same size, or extremely close to as original wire. the finished product looks better and the connection is less likely to fail. However, if looks, wire size, and the end product won't be under any type of a stress from pulling, bending, or other issues this is still a better way to join than your average splice. Like the glue idea not one I did, but I will do from this point. I hate my work being the weak point in any repair and the glue is an extra I never thought of. Thanks.
<p>What I like about this technique is that &mdash; besides eliminating the possibility of short-circuiting &mdash; the connection doesn't create a huge lump in the cord. But isn't it important to preserve polarity? One of the conductors usually has a striped, ridged or otherwise differentiated insulator. Connecting like-to-like is effortless and possibly important.</p>

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