Well, all ten of the Audio-widget boards has the silkscreen error.
I have made a quality complaint at the JLCPCB website.
I can still use them, I think. I have to look at them more closely.
The point is that they are not as ordered or as their own gerber-viewer showed they should look.
The one that’s going to be my daily “work-horse” for things like KiCad, freecad and so on.
It is in very good condition, I’d say at least the keyboard and battery has been replaced. It came with Windows 10 Pro x64, the same OS I have on the stationary computer. I’ve already installed Debian 9 “Stretch” with the LXDE desktop environment making the laptop dual boot. I much prefer working in on Linux, but you are bound to run in to things that only work in a Windows environment more than once.
Debian being installed. I went with Debian over some other options as I know more about using debian or debian-based distros. And, not to forget, Debian is a very stable OS with a ton of software in it’s repos.
After getting the OS installed, I didn’t have the energy to do much more as it’s been a long day with much pain. And I only got about two hours of sleep last night.
Tomorrow I’ll try to get the most important software installed, like KiCad (I do like that EDA tool 🙂 ).
I’ll be making a couple of reviews in a couple of weeks.
A digital temperature control board for hakko 907 irons (must have PTC thermistor).
A WEP 898D soldering station and hot air gun in one box. This also use the 907 style irons.
I’ve been using a WEP 858D hot air station for about a year and it has worked well for me.
My current soldering station is a Weller WHS40D, it’s nice in humble opinion, but there are only three different tips that I am aware of.
I have a tip thermometer and a ir-gun for checking temperature and calibrating (where that’s an option) the temperature.
…well to me at least. I’ve gotten a pre-owned HP Elitebook 8440p that I’ll collect today.
I’ve been doing most of my photo-editing and PCB design on our old Asus eeePc netbook. But it is not really up to the task and most of my time is spent waiting on that thing.
That is running Linux on it, I don’t wish to know how it would perform in windows.
P.S I’ll be spending some time using the laptop as my pain is bad. Got up at 4:45 today, after two hours of sleep.
Happy 4th of July to you American readers!