|Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] cable crimping
In general I don't care it the cable is pretty just if it passes when hooked up to a fluke tester. If the cripmmaster works for you than so be it. There was a time when I use to have crimp hundreds of endings in just a few hours I got use to the cheap ones just like the rest of my team and at the time we tried a whole bunch of them. I also found latter teaching kids in a high school I worked in how to crimp cables as part of a Cisco class that the kids always came to the same conclusion too.
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From: Rick Moen
Sent: Monday, March 9, 2015 05:11
Reply To: hangout-at-nylxs.com
Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] cable crimping
Quoting Paul Robert Marino (prmarino1-at-gmail.com):
> As I said before I always found that the cheep crimpers were more
> reliable than the more expensive ones.
Yeah, well, fortunately I didn't recommend buying an expensive one (i.e.
did not seek to impose upon Ruben wallet extraction therapy), but rather
a good one. The ones people visit me with always seem to have poor fit
& finish, thus working sloppily, thus doing an unreliable job. I lend
the visitor a Crimpmaster for comparison's sake, and the results are
better, it feels much more consistent, and the visitors invariably
consider them a more pleasant and useful experience.
I'm glad you like whatever it is you have, though.