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Soldering is a method of connecting two pieces of metal together by melting another filler metal in between them. There are many kinds of soldering, but this article is designed to teach you the basics of electrical soldering.

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Micro soldering start up

Hey all I am hoping there is someone out there who may be able to help me.

Recently I have been doing some research into micro soldering and would like to give it ago.

What equipment should i look at getting and what do I need to take into account.

Any advice would be great .

Thank you

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Hi claytonrablin

As for me, I had a Hot air SMD rework station and a temperature controlled soldering station.

Some would say for temperature controlled station, minimum 60W and above.

I prefer those stations to be separated, in event of a failure which will brick all usage. Encountered once when my temperature controlled soldering station heating element is bad. Lucky having the hot air, which is needed to solder the new heating element to the soldering iron.

Get good flux, desoldering pumps, etc.

A good start.. .Louis Rossmann videos...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVoBZqlv...

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Thankyou very much for this fantastic advice. What did you start off soldering ?

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Hi claytonrablin

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Jessa Jones created a set of vids with IFIXIT a few years ago which are very informative! Here’s the first in the series Microsoldering with Jessa Jones.

Theres a lot to it! Between getting the correct gear, you need the skills to read and understand schematics and lastly access to the needed SMT components.

And lastly practice! Lots of it!

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Thank you very much for this very appreciated.

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Yea .... Dan hit the correct word.... practice made perfect :D

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