I'm starting the wiring for my project and would like to solder two resistors together in series. There is good chance that the wire will be exposed to heat and gentle turbulence.
What is the best way to solder axial-lead resistors?
I have seen that twisting the metal wires from each resistor is a good technique. Is this the same for the electrical wiring? Should the electrical wire be twisted with the resistor wire when soldering?
I was also thinking that if there were to be slight turbulence, would it be a better idea to put an electrical wire between the resistors so that the solder doesn't get damaged by movement?
I will be protecting the resistors and wiring with good quality heat wrap for added protection although the electrical wire is rated for high temp use and is very durable. The resistors are also more resistant to heat than standard ones so they cost a little bit extra (talking pennies though!)