T Zero

Member Since: December 4, 2008

Country: United States



I’m terrible at school, so i work.


When stuff doesn’t work… i make it work. sometimes.



Spoken Languages



No, remember, no school.


Working with a soldering iron.



  • News - The final new product pos… | about 3 years ago

    It is to prevent a friendly co-worker from playing a silly prank on you and turn your heat down to 165 degrees. We just keep all ours attached to the cord.

  • News - The final new product pos… | about 3 years ago

    Hakko FX-951… fantastic piece of machinery. We use them down here in production.

  • Product TOL-09912 | about 4 years ago

    …And its easy to clean. just a little wet brushing and all residue comes off leaving your solder joints clean and shinny.

  • Product TOL-09912 | about 4 years ago

    This solder rocks! It is very easy to use and hardly need any additional flux. It also seems to clean your tip nicely. I don’t know what makes it work so well, cause I’m not here for my brains, I can only speak from experience. I have been working here for a while and I have seen a few too many different kinds of solder. This being the best, in my “professional” opinion. We took rolls of this solder to Makerfair this year because it was so easy to use.

  • News - SparkFun Gets a Sign! | about 5 years ago

    we haven’t had a fire yet… only a flood

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