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Discussion in 'The Watering Hole' started by Green Jello, Mar 1, 2013.
Might be mechanical engineers...
Is that not he best place for the Beetle??? LOL
And If only Chrysler were a bug........
There would be no room on the "dead board" for no others!!!
I know, I know...but I worked for Chrysler for 3 years, and I now UNFORTUNATELY own a Jeep,
PURLY UN-SCOTTISH ....
And if it aint Scottish......
Anybody smell Barbecue?
Hey, I don't see the problem. They are wearing safety glasses after all.
I'm impressed with how specific they are.
Holy heck Okie, are you trying to post the entirety of humorous images in existence on the internet to this thread?
Oh, no! I'm censoring them quite carefully!
Don't say that! I owned a Jeep for 17 years and have just ordered a new one.
If you look at the guy he is looking at the camera, through the top of his eyes.
Saw the problem on Pic 3 right away. On the other two I was too busy trying to figure out what they're holding; those don't look like any soldering irons I've ever seen. They look more like electric erasers or "massagers" or something.
That's a hot air rework station in the first two pics: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007F9HM28
Lets plug the irons in and see what happens.
I don't know if they're hot air rework stations. I think they're just temp controlled soldering stations. With the controls and temp indicator turned AWAY from the operator!
I had noticed that glaring error too!
And what is that in the foreground in the two leftmost pictures? Kind of looks like hard drives with the case removed. They going to work on those next?
The Amazon link I posted shows the exact product being, uh, “demonstrated” in the pictures, does it not?
Yes, yes it does. It still looks awkwardly big for any soldering tool. I'll stick with the soldering pencil on the right. The next time I poke on at my PC's motherboard. (The problem must be the mother board, because there's nothing wrong inside the hard drive and the computer still won't boot.)
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