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$. At least in my case, stripping, wrapping, soldering costs me the
$ of the solder - orders of magnitude less than even the cheapest
suitcases. Besides, I already bought the solder and the irons,
years ago, so it's "free". For hundreds of connections, it's worth
it to learn robust soldering techniques. I'd rather spend my RR
However, I do realize that's not everyone's take on the matter.
On 2019-11-23 9:05, Carl wrote:
strip the wires at all? You could use Insulation
Displacement Connectors ( Suitcase Connectors ) or
Insulation Displacement Screw Terminals:
wire a whole layout with these and they were great to work
with. NMRA hosted a clinic on these at the Salt Lake City
Convention last summer.
On 11/23/2019 8:56 AM, wirefordcc
The wire stripper I show on my website at the link below will
strip a wire in the middle of it.
I use it to expose wire in the middle of a bus run. Obviously,
in the middle, you can't remove the insulation. It cuts the
insulation and pushes it to one side.
Wiring for DCC