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Hi Christopher, Is there a question here?
James, the standard fix I saw my local framer use was to carefully arrange for a slow drip to occur at the end of the pipe. It only has to be a very small leak to stop the water freezing.
@Boss I'm trying to install the Design Spark PCB.
@Boss This is what I've done. I installed the software with my Windows 8 laptop and it requires me an activation code. I tried re-installing it because some of my classmates installed it without them requiring...
Sounds like you had already activated the software in an earlier installed version and that has been retained as it should do, but has not occurred for some reason on this one. Contact support for assistance....
why does it need to have activation code? while on other laptops they dont need activation code to save files
Today’s post will provide a step-by-step guide covering: how to create an EPA at your workstation; what ESD control products are required; and, how to correctly set them up.
While good circuit layout and on-board protection may reduce the risk of damage by ESD events, the only safe action at present is to ensure that devices are not exposed to levels of static electricity above the critical threshold.
A little while ago we published a post listing some of the most common issues we see & how to fix them. We had a lot of positive feedback from this post so thought we’d create a follow-up post with another 5 mistakes that are creeping regularly.
A question we repeatedly get from customers is in regards to foot grounders. Wrist straps are generally straightforward and people understand what they do and how they work. But when it comes to foot grounders, there is still a lot of confusion.