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==Oscilloscopes==
 
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==Soldering Irons==
 
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If you'd like to learn how to solder, check out the beginners guide here: https://www.makerspaces.com/how-to-solder/. This section will focus on information about the soldering irons we have.
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Our electronics benches are equipped with Weller WES51 soldering stations connected to Weller soldering irons.  Our soldering station has a variable temperature, the number on the dial is 1/10th of the actual temperature of the iron in Fahrenheit.  For example, when soldering through hole components you'll want to set the dial to 70 which represents 700 degrees Fahrenheit.
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''Make sure you always put down butcher paper before you start soldering, solder can easily ruin our nice wooden tables''
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==Desoldering Tool==
 
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Revision as of 14:50, 5 April 2019

Oscilloscopes


Soldering Irons

If you'd like to learn how to solder, check out the beginners guide here: https://www.makerspaces.com/how-to-solder/. This section will focus on information about the soldering irons we have.

Our electronics benches are equipped with Weller WES51 soldering stations connected to Weller soldering irons. Our soldering station has a variable temperature, the number on the dial is 1/10th of the actual temperature of the iron in Fahrenheit. For example, when soldering through hole components you'll want to set the dial to 70 which represents 700 degrees Fahrenheit.

Make sure you always put down butcher paper before you start soldering, solder can easily ruin our nice wooden tables



Desoldering Tool


Step Up & Down Transformer


Microscope


SMD Rework Station