Posted on Tuesday, January 21st, 2014 in components by DP
In reply for our earlier post about printing heat shrink cable labels, TomKeddie posted a picture of this Xilinx cable in the forum:
Just for reference, this is what Xilinx does. I guess the real question is when are you looking at the labels? Mostly during hookup, once they’re in place do you read them?
For making instructions photos I guess it is handy to have them at the circuit, but perhaps colour is enough?
I’d also like to see a little more heat-shrink too, longer lengths just feel more robust (provided it is thick enough)
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