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Soldering Videos - Olympics Celebration Sale

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Tony Burch, Aug 20, 2008.

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  1. Tony Burch

    Tony Burch Guest

    Hi all,

    To celebrate the Beijing Olympics we are doing our "Personal Best" with the
    price of our Super Soldering Secrets Videos.

    If you would like to see some soldering techniques that can save you time
    and money, then Olympic time is the best time! While the Olympics are still
    running, for this limited time you can get all of the Super Soldering
    Secrets Videos for less than half-price.

    To get the complete guide we have our Olympic Special Offer, a personal best
    of $7.49!

    There are 16 videos, inclduing valuable techniques on hand soldering SOICs,
    using toaster ovens, frying pan solder pot soldering, flux residue removal,
    packaging boards and a fast way to tin wires. Even if you do only a moderate
    amount of soldering, these techniques can be very useful.

    Get our Olympics Special offer now at

    Happy Olympics to all, and kind regards,

    Anthony Burch
    Soldering Techniques Videos

    PS. If you are considering learning about FPGA technology, Olympic time is
    also the best time for it! Please also have a look at our Getting Started
    With Xilinx FPGAs Videos at

    PO Box 1548, Macquarie Centre, North Ryde, NSW, 2113, Australia
  2. Guest

    I think he meant to get airborne, it was the cement wall that wasn't
    planned. What I didn't understand is why didn't he let go the time he
    crashed into the sand?
  3. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    He was probably more afraid of that straight drop than taking a chance
    on pancaking in. ;-)

    Did anyone find out if he lived? If he didn't, let me nominate him for
    this month's Darwin award. ;-)

  4. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    Sounds more like an Independent. :cool:
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