[Bglug] soldering course

ted leslie ted.leslie at gmail.com
Mon Oct 3 02:26:37 EDT 2016

The hobby boards would have wire-wrap break out boards. Usually a pin array
Not sure what you mean by register leads.
If a project board doesn't have a WW break out, then you would have to
stick to soldering, but
designs of these boards don't usually have you soldering on to their traces
and such.



On Sat, Oct 1, 2016 at 11:18 AM, William Park <whp.park at gmail.com> wrote:

> Question about wire wrapping...  You would need square pin to wrap the
> wire around.
>     - How do you hold the pin on a board?  Thick peg may be held by
>       friction, but most pins (stuffs you find on embedded boards like
>       Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone Black, or Odroid) need to be soldered to
>       the board.
>     - Then, how do you connect your registers and leds to the pins?  DIP
>       sockets can hold DIP chip by friction.  But, register leads are
>       soft and don't go in the holes well.
> --
> William
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