Solder paste is used on a printed circuit board to attach the leads or mounts of integrated chips to designated points on the board. The solder paste is generally applied or dispensed with a tube to the leads with the us... More »

To score points in darts, a player must hit any of the numbered portions on the board. A dart that hits outside the outer wire or falls off the board does not score any points. Scores on the dartboard range from one to 2... More »

Solder copper pipe joints by applying flux, twisting the fitting to spread the flux, heating the fitting with a propane torch until the flux bubbles and touching a piece of plumber's solder to the joint. The flux draws t... More »

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