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Original Molex Pin Removal Tool

Original Molex Pin Removal Tool

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The Original Pin-Remover by MOLEX

This is the only official Pin-Remover for the extraction of ATX, PCI-E and EPS crimp-terminals – and of course it is the finest. When you own the MOLEX, you will have the best imaginable chance to succeed with a technically clean pin-removal.

Made in the USA, the official extraction-tool! By the creator of the official ATX, PCI-E and EPS specifications: The MOLEX Company. The 100% perfect manufacturing by MOLEX is 100% according to the specifications which the MOLEX Company uses for all their connectors and pins. No compromise, no manufacturing tolerances. This extraction-tool is the opposite of the modding-toys, which try to imitate it for lower cost or higher profitability.

How do I learn how to use the Pin-Remover, is there a pin-removal guide?

On our second photo, you see a quick official description by the MOLEX Company. You will get our extensive private pin-removal guide, coming with your Pin-Remover shipment.

Why are other extraction tools or methods avoided by professionals

Of course you could extract the wires from the connectors by using other tools or even staples, but the other “tips” are mostly thicker than the tips of the original MOLEX Pin-Remover.

Why are other extraction-tool tips usually thicker?

Thicker tips would be needed with lower quality materials, so they do not instantly break off if used slightly wrong. The MOLEX Pin-Remover tips can only get damaged with serious human error in the extraction process.

Thicker tips would theoretically make the extraction easier, which many think is the main quality aspect, but that is very short-sighted and dangerous. If something is thicker than the MOLEX tip specifications, it will damage or reduce the highly important flexibility of the locking tabs on the sides of the crimp-terminal.

What would happen?

The crimp-terminal would not hold securely in the connector later on and could move out of position / fall out of the connector. In worst case you would end up with electrical damage to the devices in your system.

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