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In this instructable i will teach you how to make a perfect inline wire splice, every timeWhat is an inline splice?Well, if you work with any type of ...
Something to splice1 thumb and 1 finger per handHemostats or needle nose pliers and maybe some gloves (see below)Wire stripping utensil SolderSolderin...
One of the major keys to making a perfect inline splice is stripping your wire to about the same length on both endsIn a perfect world it would be exa...
Now that your wires are stripped to basically the same length. you need to cross them in a X form, where the center of the x is about midpoint of the ...
Whichever wire is on top (closest to you) bend away (or back) and then down, the wire will make a upside down L shape around the back wire
Now take the other wire, bend it towards you (or forward) and then down, twisting it around the first wire, making a M shape
There are two directions to twist, you do not want to twist the entire wire, just the splice.I recommend using your thumb and forefinger of each hand,...
Solder the splice, but be warned once its soldered properly its quite a struggle to get it back apart, its actually easier to cut the splice out and s...
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