Hi, I have been building some amps and preamps, and some of my designs have everything soldered to panel mount components, (pots switches etc).
Basically, almost all of the circuit nodes fall on a terminal of a panel mount device, like a leg on a pot for example, but there are a few connections just hanging out in the air.
I was wondering if there is some type of terminal that can be mounted to solder some leads to. I am imagining maybe a nylon tube that you can attach to the faceplate with a screw, and has a solder post or screw you connect leads to on the other side?
I have included a drawing of what I'm thinking of of maybe there is something that mounts that just has terminal to solder to similar to the rectifier shown, only just terminals to solder to not interconnected.
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