Author Topic: Wow the pace soldering tutorials exist in a library!!! In illinois and los angeles  (Read 1947 times)

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Offline ddavidebor

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Guys loook there!!!!
https://i-share.carli.illinois.edu/icc/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&v1=1&BBRecID=54264

I'm a bit distant...13000km!
But those are the best soldering tutorials ever done!

You can check the paceworldwide youtube channel wherr you can see those videos.

They've alredy been discussed on this forum
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Offline ddavidebor

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oooh guys come on! i'm speaking about those videos
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Offline Psi

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Yeah, see those videos before.

The info is really good but the age of the video just makes me cringe.
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I'm pretty sure they 're still in the library waiting for someone to come and digitalize them
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Offline Macbeth

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Yeah, see those videos before.

The info is really good but the age of the video just makes me cringe.
Didn't make me cringe. Those old videos have a charm of their own. Maybe i'm nostalgic. Anyway, I'm sure in 30 years the cool kids will all laugh while cringing at Dave's videos too  :palm:

But more importantly someone with access to that library should go out and digitize all that stuff. Worry about copyright later.
 

Offline ddavidebor

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Well they may be old for some sort. Now with super PID controlled soldering iron we don't worry much about tip size and iron size.

But those courses teach you how to solder nasa-like with a 7$ soldering iron...
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