Finger Stalls

$8.95

Product code: IF145-136-1

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Finger Stalls

$8.95

Product code: IF145-136-1

Product Overview

Finger Stalls protect both you and your repair patient, without the encumbrance of full rubber gloves. Protect your fingertips against skin irritants such as solvents and cleansers, protect your project from harmful ESD and skin oils. Finger Stalls are commonly used in semiconductor clean rooms and anywhere sensitive electronics are being worked on.

Package of 50 (product photo only shows only 25). One size fits all.

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My Problem

After very successfully replacing my 2005 HP iPod Photo battery with an iFixit kit, I just picked up a few items that will help on some of the miniature work that I'm into right now.

My eyes aren't getting any younger so the Head Magnifier, Helping Hands and Inspection scope will keep the details in sight.

The two Gerstner Toolboxes are going to free up some bench space and keep the small stuff organized.

The Flush Wire Cutter is the best there is and will make quick work out of small places.

The images show my 38" diameter digital clock that uses Atomic Clock reference reception of WWVB.

My Fix

My lighted hands digital clock will need everything from my tool order and more.

The clock uses two Microchip 8-bit controllers - One to advance the current Atomic Time, set time zone and adjust lamp brightness while positioning the two proportional servos to the correct hand positions. This chip also outputs a pulse-train of current time into a second controller chip that acts as a smart port expander that drives the twelve purple hour LEDs which pattern against the current time from a table of time & actions in its memory.

Some of my tools date back to the late 70's so a tool upgrade was sorely needed.

My Advice

As modern devices get smaller and smaller, the right tools are just what the doctor ordered.

My Problem

My mother's mid 2010 MacBook Pro was running slow and the battery was about to die. After usual check ups (freeing disk space, cleaning desktop, repairing permissions, etc.) it was time upgrade RAM from 4 GB to 8 GB. The battery was also on its last legs so it had to go too.

My Fix

The repair went smoothly. Thanks to good iFixit guides. At first I removed the old RAM chips and the battery. Then I replaced them with new RAM chips and a new battery.

My Advice

The replacement procedure went smoothly. Only one of the three screwholders (see a hidden Tri-Wing screw on step 4) on the new battery was slighty dent but not too much - so no problem with it.

My Problem

AC connector was broken

My Fix

Works great

My Advice

Take your time. Keep the laptop grounded and clean up the flux left over.

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