crimp-on D-sub pin removal
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Tue Jul 17 16:18:17 CDT 2007
> It is possible to remove these with basic garage tools: all you need
> are a small piece of thin sheet aluminum and a moderate precision 5/64"
> metal dowel- in short an aluminum soda pop can and a 5/64 drill. Form
I've found the metal from the shutter of a discarded 3.5" floppy disk is
also quite useful for making things like this. It might be too thick for
D-series pins, but it works for Molex pins, etc.
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