If it weren’t for the fact that my supervisor doesn’t watch any star trek, it could have been epic if I had said that when he brought me these for repair.
We usually depanelize these aluminium strips with a long tool I machined out of aluminium, so I couldn’t figure how in earth those perpendicular cuts where made.
Said supervisor had a lazy moment and tried to depanelize using pliers…CUTTING PLIERS!…And he recognized that he knew they where going to be damaged…
Dammit man! I love making repairs, but also hate making stupid and avoidable ones…lazy bastard..
BOARD STATUS: REPAIRED
METHOD: Scrape cautiously, do some tin magic, test for shortcuts.
It’s been a while since I last ranted about that family tied board assembler…yet again, he manages to overdo himself.
This time, not only the board had too much solder, but he managed to muck up the boards with what looks like rubber dirt.
I might someday manage to get some training time on his machines…I’ll surely make reports, and it is probably going to be tittled “SMD from hell” or something along that line…
BOARD STATUS: UNKNOWN
REASON: This is 0,5mm FR4, I can’t use direct heating on it, and we don’t have a hot air rework station…damn!
Don’t you ever complain about tangled earbuds, ever!
Yep, managed to untangle them all, like pokemons. XD
Leds now come with ball bearings!
What happens when a silica gel bag, explodes inside a led transport bag?
I would call that, extreme dissecation.
Found that while preparing an order…couldn’t resist the joke, sorry!
I was replacing some leds today, when I notticed that this decapsulated cree led, totally looks like the green lantern symbol:
I only need to find a green version (this one was white), then decapsulate it and turn it on…