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June 20, 2011 AT 8:50 pm

MANUFACTURING MONDAY – Hot Air Tool

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MANUFACTURING MONDAY – Hot Air Tool. Soldering irons are the primary tool used for soldering, and we use ours all the time for soldering. But for leadless parts, like QFNs, or ultra-tiny components that need rework, hot air can be superior!

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2 Comments

  1. That was a good post, thanks. 🙂

  2. Interesting article, from my hot air noob perspective at least.

    One sentence puzzled me a bit, I’m wondering if it needs a bit of hot English rework: “We picked it up off of ebay for about $150 which is lower than new but worth the risk of it not working out.” The ‘but’ implies oppositional clauses; maybe ‘worth’ should be ‘with’?

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