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when you solder a wire and they dont touch eachother.can this being seen as, a bad connection?
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It if it’s the best you can do
i over size the pic for better understanding.
thats the way i do it too.
there's always the NASA soldering technique, a bit much in my opinion.
thanks for the pic.indeed thats alot of soldering.
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Also, use flux.
i have a metal with magnefying glas and light too.
the flux is a good tip.
Liquid flux really makes the difference. It cleans the wire when heated and the solder flows nicely and is sucked into the joint. Probably any brand would do but this is the stuff I use. I really like it:
Jameco Liquid Solder
i put the link in my fav.i use mostly tape to keep the wire inplace.lol
whenever I need to move the clamps closer, it twists the wires.
Anyway, whatever does the job