Getting Started with Soldering: A Hands-On Guide to Making Electrical and Mechanical Connections by Vinck Marc de

Getting Started with Soldering: A Hands-On Guide to Making Electrical and Mechanical Connections by Vinck Marc de

Author:Vinck, Marc de [Vinck, Marc de]
Language: eng
Format: azw3
ISBN: 9781680453812
Publisher: Maker Media, Inc
Published: 2017-10-11T04:00:00+00:00

Preparing Your Soldering Iron and Workstation

When you start your project, it is very important to have a safe place to solder with good light and adequate ventilation. Remember: your kitchen table isn’t a proper place to solder. However, if you need to solder somewhere that is less than ideal, you can always put down a scrap piece of plywood to protect the surface you are working on. If you are using lead-based solder, do not work anywhere with food preparation in its future. You can see in Figure 3-1 that I have all the required tools and materials ready to go. You don’t want to be running around looking for things once your iron is hot—you never want to leave a hot soldering iron unattended.

Figure 3-1: A proper spot to solder



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