Dear Adafruit Team,
Over the past couple months I have ordered the Arduino ARDX kit, some miscellaneous small parts, and most recently a new soldering iron with all the accessories. It was a major upgrade over my first iron which was a Christmas present that came from
Harbor FreightHorror Fright. By upgrade, I mean it is actually powerful enough to heat rosin and keep it warm long enough to work with!
I’m constantly learning new concepts with the wonderful Adafruit learning system and the videos are a constant source of inspiration. As I’ve gone from my first time bread boarding to soldering my first through hole project, I now feel confident I can make whatever I set my mind to. I guess you could say, you guys have lead me to all the right tools for the job!
Rock on guys! Catch ya on the show and tell,
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