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Ungar is also a good brand , I have one that I have used many years , along with my Weller , I also have four Weller soldering guns of different wattages , the biggest is an old D550 dual heat , 240/325 watts , for when I need a lot of heat , like soldering a larger wire to a chassis . I got them mostly at yard sales and such for very little money . I am always looking for a bargain !
Very nice . To the untrained eye , eg , people who are not CET's , they would say that it looked rather cluttered . My workbench is about the same . I see you use Simpson 260 meters , I have one of those , and a Triplett 310 analog meter with an amp-clamp adapter , a lot of times an analog meter is more useful than a digital for some things , but I usually use my Fluke 87 or my old Fluke 8060A DMM . I have a Weller soldering station that originally had temperature control , and a digital readout .It had been thrown in the trash because the control board " fried " and was too expensive to repair . I fitted it with a standard light dimmer ( a couple of dollars ) and it works fine . I can vary the temp , but don't have the digital readout . Oh well .
Holy flux bat man.
looks like every electronics engineers station i ever brought doughnuts to
as a C.E.T. and an Account Manager for major electronics component distribution company for 26 years iv'e sold million's of dollars worth of this stuff. in the end i din't collect much of it
Nice set up
Thanks. I guess folks doing the same things end up doing them the same ways. Either that or we all suffer from the same brain disease?
interesting lab... i love all your stuff.....
Thank you. You have nice stuff too.
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