Soldering, Desoldering, Rework Stations

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Type Wattage Voltage - Input Plug Type Voltage - Output Number of Channels Control/Display Type Includes Base Unit Supplied Iron, Tweezer, Handle Supplied Tips/Nozzles Workstand Temperature Range Features

Questions with Soldering, Desoldering, Rework Stations

  • Ask: What is soldering used for?

    Answer: Soldering is a process in which two or more metal items are joined together by melting and then flowing a filler metal into the joint\u2014the filler metal having a relatively low melting point. Soldering is used to form a permanent connection between electronic components.

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  • Ask: What is the difference between welding and soldering?

    Answer: The main difference between welding and soldering is melting. In soldering, metal fabricators heat the metal to be bonded but never melt them. ... Welding requires about 6,500 degrees Fahrenheit, while soldering requires about 840 degrees Fahrenheit. Workpieces and the metal base are heated and melted in welding.

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  • Ask: How do you properly solder?

    Answer: IMPORTANT \u2013 Don't touch the solder directly to the tip of the iron. You want the joint to be hot enough to melt the solder when it's touched. If the joint is too cold, it will form a bad connection.

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