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  • #31
    Originally Posted by rpcraft View Post

    That or maybe tinning the ends of your wire with a little solder, just to keep strands from crossing and breaking up after multiple insertions .....
    Ferrules or bare wire seems to be industry standard, solder is nfg for flexible connections imo. Bare wire with no twist is good but harder to get right, ferrules are safer option but it's another component and you need a crimper too...
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    • #32
      I used ferrules with a crimper on the previous version. I believe best option for the current version is bare wire. Any tinning of the leads will actually reduce contact area and increase/create a stress or breaking point. There's not much need to remove the wires once assembled.

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