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  • ronsimpson
    ronsimpson replied to the thread Diode Id code?.
    In a large part each thing is on a different line. On small parts it gets pushed together. Some times you need to know what the part...
  • granddad
    granddad replied to the thread Jukebox for the members Lounge.
    Seeing links above sort of proved I hail from a different generation ..
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    Doomguy42 replied to the thread Diode Id code?.
    Thank you, as a rule how do you differentiate? Just experience?
  • ronsimpson
    ronsimpson replied to the thread Diode Id code?.
    There is a 1N4003 diode. The size looks right. 1A, 200V. The numbers and letters after the part number usually are a date code.
  • granddad
    I had a play with the .96" type some time ago. was in C , ( not very good C )...
  • D
    Hi there I struggle with Id's I've got some diodes in a psu I'm looking at marked- 1n40038. Is this a different component to 1n4003? I...
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  • unclejed613
    those are parameters set in the slicer software. slicers usually come with a few default parameter files for "high precision slow...
  • gophert
    gophert replied to the thread Cratedigging.
    Oh no! You mean I didn't have to replace my Tangerine during the Y2K scare?
  • dr pepper
    dr pepper replied to the thread Cratedigging.
    Seems a lot of folk started with the 6502. I did some work for someone back in the 90's that for a while programmed the 6502 in hex...
  • Reloadron
    Reloadron reacted to DrG's post in the thread Cratedigging with Like Like.
    Seriously, I am interested...philosophically, could we not find that same excitement today? Or are we just too calcified. I think we can...
  • Reloadron
    Reloadron reacted to DrG's post in the thread Cratedigging with Like Like.
    Terrific antecdote Ron. I was just amazed at that capability and had to have one - I'm not even sure that my student loans were paid off...
  • Nigel Goodwin
    Nigel Goodwin replied to the thread Cratedigging.
    While we're talking history, I started with 6502 as well, building and using a Microtan Tangerine computer, which I still have. An old...
  • S
    Cheers guys.. I was just thinking it was AC because it produces sooo much spatter when welding haha.
  • dr pepper
    dr pepper replied to the thread Cratedigging.
    I started with a rockwell training aid that used a 6502 thingy, it was nothing more than a terminal. Z80 I didnt have a 'computer', I...
  • M
    MrZenite replied to the thread Frying Arduino Uno boards.
    I went cheap. Two rubber bands and two pieces of wooden dowel. One piece held to the other with the rubber bands that set the tension...

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