Aluminum USB Microscope with Precision Stand: As electronics get smaller and smaller, you’ll need a hand examining PCBs and this little USB microscope is the perfect tool. Its smaller and lighter than a large optical microscope but packs quite a bit of power in its little body. There’s a high quality 640×480 camera sensor inside and an optical magnifier that can adjust from 20x (for basic PCB inspection) to 200x (for detailed inspection).
38 Piece Screwdriver Set: Look, over there at that thing! Take it apart! You can now attack just about every kind of box or enclosure that needs undoing with this 38-bit screwdriver set. This set is fine quality and excels at disassembling games, phones, cameras, and other small portable electronic goodies.
Toggle Clamp - Small Flip-down Style: *Ka-thunk* Pin down that PCB with our Toggle Clamp, a sturdy and reliable way to quickly press and release with precision! A pogo-pin bed is a great way to connect and test boards without any soldering, but you have to somehow get that PCB aligned right and evenly pressed down on each pogo. After much experimenting, we settled on this toggle clamp and we use it all the time in our testing processes.
FREE CLASS! Polishing with Power Tools with Joe Silvera. Learn to finish your jewelry using a Flex Shaft or Dremel to create a high polish finish on your next project. Instructor, Joe Silvera goes over using a variety of polishing bits, and the power tools you’ll use to make it all come together.