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Pin Headers - soldering, cutting, male, female, etc.

Working with pin headers: how to solder headers, cutting headers, breakaway headers, both male and female headers are covered.

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Tony Sicily : OMG, just what I wanted, looking to take my electronics from ‘Plug n Play’ kits to actually soldiering thing. Thank you
Anthony Campos : Thank you for this basic informational video. It's so hard to find information on this stuff when you are new and don't know the proper name for any of it so you can't look it up. This helped a ton
Boonedock Journeyman : Why not put female headers on the level shift board? Why not put male headers upside down? Use the headers in the way you need them.

This video teaches you to take the long way around the barn.
Andrew Simon : Americans will get offended because you said female and male pin headers
Ze Fang : Can I cut the Male Pin Jumper wire Breadboard Arduino Dupont Cable head to suntitule this pin?

How to cut (break) 2.54mm female pin headers to custom size

Demonstrating two techniques for cutting long female pin headers (with 0.1" spacing) to custom pin count.

Cheap pin headers usually come as 40-pin strips and it's not obvious how to cut them without too much waste and without breaking too much of the plastic.

The methods I show here are the ones I personally found most comfortable for prototyping. I developed them myself, but of course others may have thought of them too, and there may be other techniques, even better than these.

P.S. I don't know why I said "nib" in the video, maybe I meant "nibble" :-)
David : Is there any way to cut them without wasting pins?
Vedaant Sarda : but sir when we cut some amount of pin we need to take extra and that is wasted so what is the use of it, sir.
Alessandro D'Amico : Thanks for this video! I was just breaking them with pliers like the male headers, but removing a tooth first seems much more reliable and less likely to damage other segments.
Farshid S : Great Video and to the point. Thank you.
Shounak Katyayan : Pro tip: Use a sand paper to smooth out the rough edges after cutting.

(Female) Machine Pin Headers are Awesome

Machine pin headers don't get enough attention. They're so much better than traditional headers and yet you don't see them very often. I suspect the reason is because -they don't work with breadboards- but that's really their only downside!

UPDATE: They actually *can* work OK with breadboards but there's several considerations. See my follow-up video that examines the breadboard issue in detail:


Machine pin headers (aka Swiss or "round" headers) can be used as cut-to-length IC sockets, you can color them (the white ones anyway), and they can be used as quick-release, vibration-proof connectors. What's not to love?

You can buy a 10-pack of 40-row female machine pin headers for ~$6.50 (shipped) here:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-FEMALE-WHITE-40-PCB-ROUND-PIN-SINGLE-ROW-2-54mm-Pitch-Spacing-Header-St-/151450696347?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0\u0026hash=item23432a3a9b

(Note: I have no affiliation with that eBay seller; it's where I got my headers)
edgeeffect : I was already on to the IC socket thing... but there's loads of other good tips here... especially the "get white ones"... I just gotta find some place local I can get them from now... thanks.
Basileus : An ode to machine pin headers (female)
KiR-3d : Thanks! Now I'm sure that I'll choose these round pin headers instead of square type.
Daijoubu : There are also white (silver, gold, etc) sharpie you can use :)
Robert Turner : Dan, I have a question that desperately needs an answer - I have been ''googling'' for hours for what should be simple, easy to find information regarding these female pin headers. Specifically - the diameter of the pin at the point where it is enclosed in the plastic. More specifically, the drill size for a P.C.B. drill hole. Let's assume that I want to make my own machine pin socket - I want to remove the pins from the header strip and install them into a pcb - flush with the board. What I am actually doing is that I have designed a ''generic'' MMU for vintage systems - Z80, 6809, 6502, etc. The MMU board itself is only very slightly larger than a 40-pin DIP socket. Now, I need to use these machine pins to create this device - the original cpu is removed from socket, my mmu is inserted and the cpu is then inserted into my MMU. If anyone could point me to the dimensional diameters of machined socket pins, I would be forever grateful.

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