Connection of VERY short nichrome wire? Answered
I have a VERY short piece of 32 gauge nichrome wire that I want to connect to 2 copper wires. When testing, I have connected them like on the picture, using tweezers and a pair of pliers. But I really need to find a more professional and durable way of doing it.
It's important to keep as much as "free" nichrome wire as possible in the middle. I don't want to waste all the length inside a butt crimp, or wrapped around the copper wire.
Is there a tiny, minitature terminal somewhere, that only steals 1-2 mm of the nichrome wire? Or am I wishing for something impossible?