The other day, after fiddling
with some minute surface mounted parts that seemed to prefer
to stick to my tweezers rather than stay in place on the circuit
board, I decided to buy some special glue.
I got this from Radiospares, or as it's known these days "RS
It arrived with a sheath of paperwork explaining the dangers
expected in its use, and remedies if one was silly enough to
eat some or whatever.
For interest I counted the regulations
involved in its use. There were 35, mostly generated by the EEC.
There are others also. For example the glue meets ROHS requirements.
Nothing alas on its efficiency and usability.
For those interested here's
a list, much as they are referenced in the eight page document
(leaving out repetitions of which there are many). Does Brexit
mean that all the references, or a good many of them will need
to be changed?