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Thank You for a helpful Instructable!
May I suggest that you include some description on the 63-37 solder.
I've never understand why the hell the solder manufacturers bother making the 60 Sn-40 Pb (tin-lead) solder. It is plainly stupid since Tin is a little MORE expensive than Lead...
But 63-37 solder is what is called Eutectic, which means it has a SINGLE fusion temperature (183 °C or °F) that is the LOWEST temp of all the In-Lead alloys. This means that the melted solder solidifies instantly, which greatly reduces the possibility of bad joints or "cold solders", and also reduces the risk of damaging delicate components. Since all solders containing Lead are being phased out by the almost crazy inflated worry about Lead, it is a very good idea to buy a large (by amateur standards, that is) quantity before it becomes unobtainable.
Alfredo M Claussen, Mexico City.
In an Udippi, the water is right there. On every table. Mostly in a steel glass. Take a sip and you’re glass is instantly refilled. You can even share a table with a stranger.
Unlike the hi-fi restaurant, the menu here is more like a familiar neighbour. Even the most bizarre sounding dosa won’t startle you when it arrives. You’ll get your order within minutes. And soon before you take your last bite and burp, your bill arrives. So you’re spared the trouble of calling for a cheque, which in here would still mean a piece of paper used for banking transactions.