• EEVblog #168 – How To Set Up An Electronics Lab

    How to set up your own decent electronics lab, what you need, and how much it’ll cost you. Electronics test equipment, soldering, surface mount, hand tools, and parts.
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      • David

        It looks like the hakko fx-888 is now the fx-888D which is a digital control versus the analog control, any opinions on this? wondering if the digital aspects of it will last as long as the analog…

        • http://www.eevblog.com/ Dave Jones

          I haven’t seen inside one myself, but would expect it to be fine. Hakko don’t usually get it wrong.

        • Marcos Mirabent

          I have the 888D, and have used the 888. What I will say is, the digital interface is crap. I miss the analog knob, a lot simpler. That said, the rest of the station is great. So if you’re not the kind of person who changes temperature often, then it’s still a great station.

      • mike_vidal

        Does anybody know of any bench power supply kits like the ones in this video that are for sale in the USA?

      • Kevin R. Murphy

        Does anyone know the type of shelves used in the background? I am looking for shelves which will hold my test equipment above my bench. Deep enough that it doesn’t hang over of course.

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