Always glad when i see a new video from Electroboom since then i know he's not dead yet
"I mean anyone can do mechanical engineering if you have done puzzles as a kid at least once, I don't know why they even teach it in schools"
Thank you Electroboom!! What a lovely video!! When we saw this was posted, the whole oneTesla team sat down with a bucket of popcorn to watch. We laughed, we cried, emotions were had. Can't wait for the next one!
In the mean time please enjoy this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36_DfQSAHPI
Beautiful soldering job. Also enjoyed the shade thrown at /u/mrpennywhistle
Thank you mr /u/melector
cant wait for part two
You slashdotted the OneTesla website.
/u/melector! I have one suggestion for your speaker, stereo! What could be better than *two* channels of sparky madness!
I love watching these videos, as ElectroBoom not only demonstrates good practices his videos also demonstrate why something is dangerous. Since I work at a university I like referencing these videos to the students when they come looking for components (I don't teach, I manage the electrical engineering labs and their equipment) But I tell them that the videos demonstrate a lot of the important fundamentals and a lot of advanced information that they will need as they develop as engineers themselves.
Isn't it better to use isopropyl to clean flux rather than acetone on a silk screened board?
Throwing shade on Mechanical Engineering *and* /u/MrPennywhistle? That's a double whammy.
I like this project, I enjoy seeing you make stuff like this.
I didn't see him apply the flux...are those self fluxing or something?
The shirt delivery cost is too high!!! :(((
I have only burned myself with a soldering iron once. long story short I did not fix my old smith corona electric typewriter.
Also,thanks for doing these reddit posts every time you make a video. I really enjoy watching your new videos and when I see a new one pop up in notifications,I don't wait. I click it immediately
Wow, 400$ for a kit. Those mainboards better be gold-plated.
Looking forward to part two, because I've ruined two main boards now desoldering and replacing the mosfets.