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that looks like a version of the shit mcmaster sells

Posted by renesis at 05:39 | permalink | 0 comments


it depends
big ones are convenient for continuous work, but small ones can put down a more precise bead
small ones are ready faster
CTO at one of exjobs was like a hot glue martial arts master
ya i was like WTF YOU CAN BE DOING GLUE DOTS LIKE THAT ON AN ASSEMBLY LINE
mofo came and took the glue gun from me and showed me how a real mfkr glue guns
looks like some shit you buy at the art store
my little guy says its 15W

Posted by renesis at 05:34 | permalink | 0 comments


both of these suggestions are if board dimensions allow for it, however if there is space, what ive mentioned is pretty standard
a lot of boards with go as far as adding on RC on every connector, ic and switch signal pin
the majority of them deleted using 0R jumpers

Posted by renesis at 03:00 | permalink | 0 comments


sebs89: add the resistor to complete the RC in the design
you can always leave the cap unstuffed and jumper the resistor if the software debounce works
you giving yourself option in the future at the cost of a jumper and some drills if its not smd
also i would add a hardware pullup
same reasoning, you can always leave it unstuffed if the internals pullups work, but you have the options of using an external if it helps without having to spin a new pcb

Posted by renesis at 02:54 | permalink | 0 comments


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