How to modify a third hand tool so that it can be better utilized for soldering and other work.
The recommended changes are simple, but very effective. They can change your entire soldering experience.
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The image to the left shows the first step in the modification and usage processes. If you click on the image you will be taken to a video that shows everything and how it can make wiring LEDs very easy.
Step 1 is to remove the clamp linkage from the metal support pole. Replace that with a wood dowel, or another metal pole that you can support with a vise or other clamp.
Step 2 is to grind the teeth off the alligator clips. To make them less aggressive you can cover the jaws with electric shrink tube.
After that it is a matter of modifying clothes pins that you can use in place of the metal alligator clips.
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