Soldering is an important part of working with electronic components. For components to be firmly connected to each other and for electricity to flow without problems, not only is the right soldering technique required but also the right equipment. Based on our daily work in cable harnessing, we will show you in this article which equipment makes your soldering work easier.
At first sight the process of soldering looks simple, but on closer inspection it is a complicated process that needs to be mastered. The freely manually tin-plated contact is very much dependent on the person carrying out the work as well as on the temperature, the solder used and the size of the components to be connected and is subject to certain fluctuations. Correct soldering must therefore be learned. If you observe a few criteria and with a little practice, soldering is no problem.
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