View Single Post
Old 02 September 2013, 23:51   #21
diablothe2nd
Registered User

diablothe2nd's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Northampton, UK
Age: 36
Posts: 1,232
Quote:
Originally Posted by prowler View Post
Hey, that's not cheating.
It's how you should have been taught to do it if you served an electronics apprenticeship like I did!
i dont have your qualifications, but i'm glad what i taught myself over the years is as it turns out, an official method

Quote:
Originally Posted by prowler View Post
Edit: Either that, or you're just a natural!
naw, i had a year of lessons in year 10 of school, then dropped it for my final year, back in 1998. nothing since though


Quote:
Originally Posted by prowler
I must admit I've only used flux paste for soldering copper pipe unions when I'm fixing up the plumbing with a blowtorch!
my pipe solders aren't anywhere near as pretty as my electronic ones and i have been known to use plumbing flux when i'm short of soldering flux paste.. still works the same, and not had any joints corrode from the "no clean" corrosive stuff you can get from Wickes but i wouldn't recommend it

Last edited by diablothe2nd; 03 September 2013 at 00:24.
diablothe2nd is offline  
 
Page generated in 0.04101 seconds with 11 queries