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Solder-masking using Kapton tape

Posted on Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 in how-to, kit biz by Ian

Rohit writes:

Ultrakeet.com has got some pretty cool tutorials on solder masking using kapton tape, SMD removal, building a capacitive discharge spot welder, and a bunch of other things on their ‘articles‘ page

Thanks Rohit! Via the contact form.

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