Cleanly de-soldering a pin header

boldport has written an article describing a technique he’s used for removing the header cleanly: Know that sinking feeling after realising that you’ve soldered that 40-pin header on the wrong side of the board? I’ve come up with a technique that works for me for removing the header cleanly and I describe it in the video.

A simple part: Pinheader connectors

From the Dangerous Prototypes partlist: pinheader connectors. 0.1″ (2.54mm) header is the standard width of bread boards Straight and right angle versions They are used on every project we’ve made so far. Their standard pitch spacing makes them easy to use with breadboards, jumpers, and wires with female connectors on them. We use them on […]