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FIGURE 6-1 A motorized hobby tool is ideal for drilling, sanding, and shaping small parts.
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A thread-size gauge, made of stainless steel, may be expensive, but it helps you determine the size of any standard SAE or metric bolt. It s a great accessory for tapping and dieing. A brazing tool or small welder lets you spot-weld two metal pieces together. These tools are designed for small pieces only. They don t provide enough heat to adequately weld pieces larger than a few inches in size. Be sure that extra fuel and oxygen cylinders or pellets are readily available for the brazer or welder you buy. There s nothing worse than spending $30 to $40 for a home welding set, only to discover that supplies are not available for it. Be sure to read the instructions that accompany the welder and observe all precautions.
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Constructing electronic circuit boards or wiring the power system of your robot requires only a few standard tools. A soldering iron leads the list. For maximum flexibility, invest in a modular soldering pencil, the kind that lets you change the heating element. For routine electronic work, you should get a 25- to 30-W heating element. Anything higher may damage electronic components. You can use a 40- or 50-W element for wiring switches, relays, and power transistors. Stay away from instant-on soldering irons. For any application other than soldering large-gauge wires they put out far too much heat.
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As obvious as it seems to most people, do not use soldering iron, solder, or flux that is designed for plumbing applications. These tools and materials are not appropriate for any robot applications and could potentially damage the components being connected together.
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Soldering stand. Mandatory for keeping the soldering pencil in a safe, upright position. Soldering tip assortment. Get one or two small tips for intricate printed circuit board work and a few larger sizes for routine soldering chores. Solder. Buy resin or flux core type that is designed for electronics. Acid core and silver solder should never be used on electronic components. Solder sponge. Sponges are useful for cleaning the soldering tip as you use it. Keep the sponge damp, and wipe the tip clean every few joints. Desoldering vacuum tool. This is useful for soaking up molten solder. Use it to get rid of excess solder, remove components, or redo a wiring job. Solder braid. Performs a similar function to the desoldering vacuum tool by wicking excess molten solder away from a joint or a component. Dental picks. These are ideal for probing and separating wires and component leads. Resin cleaner. Apply the cleaner after soldering is complete to remove excess resin. An ultrasonic jewelry cleaner used with the resin cleaner (or isopropyl alcohol) will get the components very clean with very little work on your part. Solder vise. This vise serves as a third hand, holding together pieces to be soldered so you are free to work the iron and feed the solder. An illuminated magnifying glass. Often going by the trade name Dazer, this provides a two or three time magnification of the surface below. It is invaluable for inspecting work or soldering fine components.
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Running robots are terrible environments for electronics. The motors tend to produce large transients on the power lines that come back to the control electronics, running across different surfaces will build up static electrical charges, and different metal parts can produce unexpected voltages and currents that can upset electronics. Fortunately, most modern electronic devices are protected from static electrical discharges, but you should still make some basic concessions to protect them from being damaged during assembly and operation. Everybody is familiar with the sparks that you can produce by shuffling along a synthetic carpet and touching a metal doorknob. What will probably surprise you is the magnitude of the voltage needed to produce a spark: for you to feel and see the spark, a static charge of 2500 V or more is required. The minute amount of current flow (on the order of microamperes) is why you are not hurt. As you have probably heard, when somebody is electrocuted it is the current that kills, not the voltage. The amount of static electricity that can damage a silicon chip is significantly less 125 V can ruin a diode s PN junction or a MOSFET s gate oxide layer. Note that 125 V is 20 times less than the 2500-V threshold needed to detect static electricity. This relatively low level is the reason for the concern about static electricity. The term electrostatic discharge (ESD) is used to describe the release of static electricity (either from you to the doorknob or into an electronic circuit). Virtually all modern electric devices have
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