Are common components suitable for wire-wrap connections? Or is wire wrap designed for a special type of pin?
I just checked some resistors and diodes and found them ranging from .5-.7mm, and the legs on a MOSFET are rectangular, ranging from .65-1.65mm.
I was looking at one hand-wrap tool for 22-24AWG wrap wire and it specifies a "wrap post size" of 1.14mm. How precise must the size of the wrapped conductor be to the tool's specification?
Also, is it important that wrap wire be plated in tin or silver?