Posted on June 19th, 2011 49 comments
Dave takes you through everything you need to know to do good quality soldering.
Part 1 is all about the tools you might need.
A lot of this was already covered in my general lab tools video.
Posted on April 30th, 2011 64 comments
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.
Help support Dave by buying any of these items through HERE
Posted on November 8th, 2010 3 comments
A presentation by DJ Delorie called Soup to Nuts with Free Software. It highlights the current state of free open source software for end-to-end engineering and personal use. Operating systems, EDA tools, office tools etc
Recorded at the Renesas Devcon 2010 event.
Posted on January 7th, 2010 5 comments
Who needs a resistor calculation tool?
Well, if you’ve ever tried to make up an odd-ball series or parallel resistor values to a desired accuracy from various E series ranges then you’ll know how annoying it can be, especially if you have to to do it over and over.
I wrote a tool once that did this, but was fairly limited.
I’ve been searching for a long time for a similar tool and I finally found one that worked just the way I wanted it to. It’s called Resistor CAD 2.0 by Terry Harris from Vader Systems.
Vader Systems doesn’t seem to be around any more, and the program was free, but now seems almost impossible to find. So I’ve put it on my server to share this really useful tool.
Download it HERE
There is also a similar online one HERE, but it’s fairly limited.
Posted on December 28th, 2009 41 comments
After countless requests, Dave finally takes you on a guided behind the scenes tour of the EEVblog lab.