[TowerTalk] Anyone use a 120' qso king?
Roger (K8RI) on TT
K8RI-on-TowerTalk at tm.net
Mon Jan 27 10:58:34 EST 2014
On 1/27/2014 8:30 AM, Patrick Greenlee wrote:
> I have to admit, soldering with one hand takes a bit of ingenuity.
> Roger (K8RI)
> I probably have lead poisoning from using my "other" hand to hold and
> feed solder to a heated joint.
If you wear glasses it depends on how close they'll focus.
A rubber band to hold needle nosed pliers closed, Velcro strap yo hold
it to my leg, just above the knee. Sometimes have to use duct tape, a 1"
wide strap will hold the roll of solder so you don't have to cut
pieces. The leg has surprisingly smooth control in all three axises.
When I had both hands working, I flew a Friends plane that had no break
out force or force gradient in pitch. I'd put my hand on my right knee
and hold the stick with two fingers. I sneezed and it took about two
miles to stop the PIO. <:-))
I haven't found a substitute for my left hand when it comes to playing
> (Other hand is located an inch or so below your nose.)
> Patrick NJ5G
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