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'[PIC] Clean work!'
2007\02\26@004228 by John Chung

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You got to see HOW he wires up the board! He is
meticulous and precise!

http://www.hobby-elec.org/e_menu.htm

John



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2007\02\26@010009 by Mark Rages

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On 2/25/07, John Chung <spam_OUTkravnusTakeThisOuTspamyahoo.com> wrote:
> You got to see HOW he wires up the board! He is
> meticulous and precise!
>
> http://www.hobby-elec.org/e_menu.htm
>
> John
>

That's some good work,  Japanese attention to packaging.

Here's another link with some pretty breadboards:
http://www.beis.de/Elektronik/Electronics.html

Regards,
Mark
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2007\02\26@052327 by Rikard Bosnjakovic

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On 2/26/07, John Chung <.....kravnusKILLspamspam@spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

> You got to see HOW he wires up the board! He is
> meticulous and precise!

I see nothing else than a page with links.


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2007\02\26@094900 by William Couture

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On 2/26/07, Rikard Bosnjakovic <rikard.bosnjakovicspamKILLspamgmail.com> wrote:
> On 2/26/07, John Chung <.....kravnusKILLspamspam.....yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > You got to see HOW he wires up the board! He is
> > meticulous and precise!
>
> I see nothing else than a page with links.

Try following the links.

http://www.hobby-elec.org/e_pic6_47.htm#1

is a good example.

Bill

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2007\02\26@101111 by John Chung
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--- Rikard Bosnjakovic <EraseMErikard.bosnjakovicspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTgmail.com>
wrote:

> On 2/26/07, John Chung <kravnusspamspam_OUTyahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > You got to see HOW he wires up the board! He is
> > meticulous and precise!
>
> I see nothing else than a page with links.
>
>
> --
> - Rikard.
http://www.hobby-elec.org/e_pic6_7.htm

Dig further and you will reach here. Many of his
projects are like this.

John



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2007\02\26@103003 by John Chung

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WOW! Wiring like that is a dream!

John


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'[PIC] Clean work!'
2007\03\02@194329 by Vitaliy
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Mark Rages wrote:
> That's some good work,  Japanese attention to packaging.

What in the heck is that supposed to mean?

Vitaliy

2007\03\02@231557 by James Newton, Host

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> You got to see HOW he wires up the board! He is meticulous
> and precise!
>
> http://www.hobby-elec.org/e_menu.htm
>
> John

I have long been a fan of the fine work of Inoue San. Before he had his own
domain, I offered to host his pages from one of those popup type hosts
(fortunecity or like that, I don't remember exactly). I am pleased that he
still uses my server as a mirror

http://hobby_elec.piclist.com/e_menu.htm

Anyone who has been to Japan must admire the precision with which that
culture attempts to live. In the Navy, the ships my bird was attached to
would pull into many ports. In most, the crane, fork, and trucks that
off-loaded the air det were late, clumsy, and wanted to be bribed to do the
work. In Japan, they were always waiting as well pulled in, then did the
work efficiently and without complaint. The trains ran on time, the mess
hall on base (run by local civilians) was better than most restaurants I've
eaten at. The first time I went for chow, I actually turned around and
walked back outside to verify it was the mess hall.

I won't comment on the negative things I encountered, but when it comes to
pride in work, most people will find it hard to live up to the Japanese
standard. At least in my experience. I am proud to share the planet with
Inoue San's people and learn some of their ways.

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2007\03\03@122345 by John Chung

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--- "James Newton, Host" <TakeThisOuTjamesnewtonEraseMEspamspam_OUTpiclist.com>
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 I did watch a documentary on Japan culture quite a
while back. In that documentary the Japanese use a
ruler to check the amount of rice for pack meals.... I
do tend to believe thay have gone overboard BUT the
thing is that the customer NEVER gets cheated! Thumbs
up on consistency.

 John.



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2007\03\05@155233 by Vitaliy

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James Newton, Host wrote:
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> I won't comment on the negative things I encountered, but when it comes to
> pride in work, most people will find it hard to live up to the Japanese
> standard. At least in my experience. I am proud to share the planet with
> Inoue San's people and learn some of their ways.

I take this to be an indirect response to my previous post.

However, this is one person's we're talking about, not an entire culture.
Are you saying that an American, a Chinese, or a New Zealander is not
capable of achieving the same level of quality? Obviously not. Then why try
to justify the "clean work" with "Japanese attention to packaging"?

If Seiichi held a job that was utterly pointless, would you mention the
"Japanese inefficiency", or "Japanese lack of ingenuity"?

http://www.tema.ru/travel/japan/IMG_7177.jpg

Vitaliy

2007\03\05@161344 by David VanHorn

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Anybody remember the NASTY problems in wire-wrapped systems (which what I
saw strongly resembles) caused by neatly bundling all the signal lines
together.  Cross-coupling is minimized by "rat's nest" practices.

I'm not advocating mess for mess's sake, but neither am I advocating
neatness where it is potentially harmful.

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