Here we are going to provide information on explaining the biscuitboard with the videoclip, or concise information for the supporters.
If you pushed the lead wire, it can easilly lift up a 500ml PET bottle!
Weldering takes much work for heating, melting, smoking, getting burnts, making mistakes and the like!
However, a biscuitboard only takes an easy push to make a circuit, and if you combine with a cakeboard, since the distribution of the holes are the same, it will be a far lot easier to make one. Even though you made a mistake, all it takes to fix the problem is simply pull out the part and push it back in.
Repeating numerously to pull and push a part in the same hole on a biscuit bard would not be recommended, but it is not totally impossible. Repeating the step over a few time should not be a problem.
However, we cannot help but saying as a provider, “please do it at your own risk”.
Fundamentally, general parts are able to be inserted for the most part!
The IC leg is flat plated, a flat plate with less than 0.3mm thickness has no problem to insert.
A general pin headder can be inserted with a squared stick with 0.64 in width, but a thin pin header should has better command.
Hole distributions has been modified!
The holes were made on the space that was available along with the power line.
This should be much better!
We will try to upload other related video clips as occasion demands!