How to Solder Electronic Components Like A Professional, In this Course you will learn how to Master Soldering in no Time.
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What students are saying:
David Elsbree says, “This course is exactly what I was looking for, I have some hobby experience soldering, but found that it is difficult to find good information about tools and very little about “how to”.”
Kenneth Long says, “Good, covers the very basics of soldering.”
Welcome to this course.
1.5 Hour of HD Content | 1 Hour of Practical Videos | 1500 Students
STOP Wasting Time, Money and Effort on Bad Soldered boards, Start Solder correctly to have a long lasting Fully functional Board.
Ever Wondered Which Soldering Iron is right for you?
Did you ask Yourself why My soldering doesn’t look or feel like a professionally soldered board like you see in most online videos and images or even in boards that you purchase?
This Course Have all the answers for you
You will learn how to master soldering, and use the right tools for the job
You can count on these results:
Learn how to choose the right soldering Iron
Learn how to change the soldering Iron tip head
Learn what is the best solder out there, and why it is the best
Learn how to clean your soldering Iron
Learn how to extend soldering Iron life span
Learn what are the right tools you need to have to keep yourself safe while soldering and solder the right way
Learn the difference between good soldering and bad soldering with real life examples
Basic soldering is a skill that’s easy to learn and not hard to master.
It just takes practice!
There is a huge range of soldered situations out there, from tiny chip resistors on circuit boards to large UHF connectors.
There is also a large variety of irons, tips and solder to choose from, and it certainly does help to have the right tool for the job.
Good luck, and remember….
Good soldering takes practice!
Warning :You are working with HOT liquid metal, it is a matter of time before you will get burned.
Contents that will be introduced in this Course
•Step 1: Preparation
•Step 2: Tinning
•Step 3: Soldering
•Tips and Tricks