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Old 11-29-2007, 02:43 PM
Tony Burch
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Default Hand solder that FPGA on your prototype

Hi all,

I've just finished constructing a new site that has web videos of soldering
techniques, including how to hand solder quad flat packs. Very handy for
prototyping.

You can go and get a free membership there, which lets you see 5 videos on
how to hand solder quad flat packs. Watch me hand solder a Spartan 2E in a
PQ208 package onto a board http://supersolderingsecrets.com/

The upgraded membership covers lots of other soldering techniques such as
"toaster-oven soldering", "frying pan solder pot soldering", etc., but if
you just wanted to know how to hand solder that FPGA on your prototype, then
the free membership reveals all

Cheers,

Tony Burch
http://supersolderingsecrets.com/


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Old 11-30-2007, 03:49 AM
Chris Maryan
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Default Re: Hand solder that FPGA on your prototype

On Nov 29, 9:43 am, "Tony Burch" <[email protected]> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I've just finished constructing a new site that has web videos of soldering
> techniques, including how to hand solder quad flat packs. Very handy for
> prototyping.
>
> You can go and get a free membership there, which lets you see 5 videos on
> how to hand solder quad flat packs. Watch me hand solder a Spartan 2E in a
> PQ208 package onto a boardhttp://supersolderingsecrets.com/
>
> The upgraded membership covers lots of other soldering techniques such as
> "toaster-oven soldering", "frying pan solder pot soldering", etc., but if
> you just wanted to know how to hand solder that FPGA on your prototype, then
> the free membership reveals all
>
> Cheers,
>
> Tony Burchhttp://supersolderingsecrets.com/


<rain_on_parade>
www.sparkfun.com has lots of good soldering info, including surface
mount, toasters, hot plates, etc. And the best part is that you don't
have to sign up for anything there.
</rain_on_parade>
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Old 11-30-2007, 11:24 AM
Tony Burch
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Default Re: Hand solder that FPGA on your prototype

"Chris Maryan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]m...
> On Nov 29, 9:43 am, "Tony Burch" <[email protected]> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I've just finished constructing a new site that has web videos of
>> soldering
>> techniques, including how to hand solder quad flat packs. Very handy for
>> prototyping.
>>
>> You can go and get a free membership there, which lets you see 5 videos
>> on
>> how to hand solder quad flat packs. Watch me hand solder a Spartan 2E in
>> a
>> PQ208 package onto a boardhttp://supersolderingsecrets.com/
>>
>> The upgraded membership covers lots of other soldering techniques such as
>> "toaster-oven soldering", "frying pan solder pot soldering", etc., but if
>> you just wanted to know how to hand solder that FPGA on your prototype,
>> then
>> the free membership reveals all
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Tony Burch http://supersolderingsecrets.com/

>
> <rain_on_parade>
> www.sparkfun.com has lots of good soldering info, including surface
> mount, toasters, hot plates, etc. And the best part is that you don't
> have to sign up for anything there.
> </rain_on_parade>


Hi Chris,

Don't worry about the rain, it's good for the garden

Yes I agree, the Sparkfun stuff is exellent.

But I don't think anyone gets all of their info from just one place.

You should check out the http://SuperSolderingSecrets.com videos too. If you
are interested in soldering, there is some real value there with a unique
perspective & original material from my personal experiences.

I only ask first name & email address when joining, and then you can
unsubscribe from the email list immediately if you want to - you get to keep
the free lifetime membership so that you can watch the videos any time.

I fully respect members & email privacy.

Kind regards,

Tony Burch
http://SuperSolderingSecrets.com


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Old 11-30-2007, 11:54 AM
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>I only ask first name & email address when joining, and then you can
>unsubscribe from the email list immediately if you want to - you get to keep
>the free lifetime membership so that you can watch the videos any time.


>http://SuperSolderingSecrets.com


I'm always suspicious when someone suggests that they have "secrets"
to reveal.

Why do you want these details from those who visit your site? How
will you store them? How do we know that they are secure? Why do you
keep details for a "lifetime" after a user "unsubscribes"?

There are lots of good videos about soldering available without
registration:

http://www.howardelectronics.com/nav...ideoclips.html
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Old 11-30-2007, 05:20 PM
Nico Coesel
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Default Re: Hand solder that FPGA on your prototype

"Tony Burch" <[email protected]> wrote:

>Hi all,
>
>I've just finished constructing a new site that has web videos of soldering
>techniques, including how to hand solder quad flat packs. Very handy for
>prototyping.
>
>You can go and get a free membership there, which lets you see 5 videos on
>how to hand solder quad flat packs. Watch me hand solder a Spartan 2E in a
>PQ208 package onto a board http://supersolderingsecrets.com/


WOW! I'm really impressed (NOT!). But tell me how much you make money
selling the e-mail addresses to spammers.

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Old 12-01-2007, 02:15 PM
Tony Burch
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Default Re: Hand solder that FPGA on your prototype

<[email protected]> wrote in message
news[email protected]
> >I only ask first name & email address when joining, and then you can
>>unsubscribe from the email list immediately if you want to - you get to
>>keep
>>the free lifetime membership so that you can watch the videos any time.

>
>>http://SuperSolderingSecrets.com

>
> I'm always suspicious when someone suggests that they have "secrets"
> to reveal.
>
> Why do you want these details from those who visit your site? How
> will you store them? How do we know that they are secure? Why do you
> keep details for a "lifetime" after a user "unsubscribes"?
>
> There are lots of good videos about soldering available without
> registration:
>
> http://www.howardelectronics.com/nav...ideoclips.html


Thanks Mike, that's a great link. Definitely some good stuff there.

Plus I understand what you are saying, but it's absolutely worthwhile
checking out http://SuperSolderingSecrets.com videos too. If you are
interested in soldering, there is some real value there with a unique
perspective & original material from my personal experiences.

I ask first name & email address because it is a membership site. The free
membership is great for the QFP soldering info - that's why I posted on
comp.arch.fpga. On the site there are also offers of upgrade for more
videos, for people who do alot of soldering and are possibly looking for
some extra techniques.

Of course there is absolutely no obligation for anyone to ugrade.The free
membership stuff is free. If members can get some good info & tips that they
haven't seen before, then I am very happy & satisfied that I've passed on
something useful.

I treat all members & their email adresses with the greatest respect, care,
and secure practices.

Enjoy & cheers,

Tony Burch
http://SuperSolderingSecrets.com



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