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Applying flux easily


#1

To set flux on very small areas I have a vaccination or hypo needle
from a doctor… asked for it after getting a shot… they gave me
several when I told them what I was going to do with it… works
great… Jim


#2
    To set flux on very small areas I have a vaccination or hypo
needle from a doctor... asked for it after getting a shot.... they
gave me several when I told them what I was going to do with it...
works great..... Jim 

Jim, I’ll second this tip, as I’ve been doing the same thing for
several years. Just be sure to CAREFULLY replace the cap on the
needle to prevent the opening from drying and closing off. Larger
gauge needles can be used to suck up thick adhesives/epoxies and
place them in otherwise hard to reach places - it’s usually a one
time use though. Judy in Kansas

Judy M. Willingham, R.S.
Biological and Agricultural Engineering
237 Seaton Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506
(785) 532-2936


#3

Jim & Judy There is a Dispenser (Squeezable Plastic bottle) with a
hypo-needle fitted on the cap. This dispenser is pretty tight and
leak proof. It is about 6 oz capacity and comes with a cap for the
needle. This cost about $ 4.00 which is very reasonable and handling
this is easier than a syringe. My two cents worth.

Kenneth Singh