3/15 NASA’s Standards

Posted: May 1, 2012 in Readings


How-To: Splice Wire to NASA Standards






This how-to guide shows how NASA entangles and solders their wire connections in order to make sure the the flow through the wires is not affected by any outside interference. Components that enter space must be solder correctly or connections can be faulty, causing systems to fail.

My Thoughts:

Personally, I tangle my wire exactly like the NASA example. This type of wire connection is the most secured and allows the most current to flow throughout the circuit without any interruptions.

Taught Me:

This article did not teach me anything, but shows the expert standards can be passed down to consumers at the micro level.

Future Ideas & Concepts:

I usually wire most of my project like this example, but I will be sure to always connect wires like NASA because it is a professional standards that allows average beings, like myself, to perform at an expert level even if the assignment does not call for it.

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