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    Posted: 12 January 2019 at 9:33pm
looking for lengths of socapex 
Connectors
16a breakouts 

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I’ve got a box of used socapex cable mount plugs/sockets if you wanted to make up your own cables?
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I’ll help - you really, really don’t want to make up your own cables
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I’ve got loads! 

Send me a little list of what you want and I’ll put you a “package” together.
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Originally posted by toastyghost toastyghost wrote:

I’ll help - you really, really don’t want to make up your own cables

You’re right... he wants me to make them.

Making off Socapex is therapeutic as fark LOL
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I love a good soldier challenger
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A good Solder Pot helps a lot, it makes tinning the wires very easy.
And two small bench vises, one to hold the cable and the other to hold the connector while soldering.


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And just incase it’s your first rodeo!!

Always start in the middle :)
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Originally posted by jacethebase jacethebase wrote:

And just incase it’s your first rodeo!!

Always start in the middle :)

Easier to start at the bottom with the solder cups aligned the “right way up” and work your way from bottom to top IMO

If you start in the middle it just makes doing the bottom ones of the outer ring a complete PITA
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Fair enough, different ways same result I am sure :)

I remember the first one I ever done, done the outer pins first. Was a reall ball ach!
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As long as you end up with a naked cat at the end, who’s complaining? 😂

Bet that was an enlightening experience!
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