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- Oct 26, 2022
Created by Danny Blacker
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 12 Lectures ( 29m ) | Size: 485 MB
Learn the important basics to soldering electronics in an easy to follow manner.
What you'll learn
The correct tools to solder successfully
How to set up your workspace
Simple techniques to dramatically increase electronics soldering success
Troubleshooting potential issues and how to deal with them
Basic soldering equipment is required. A full list of essentials and nice-to-haves is included with the course.
The reason I chose to make this course is because soldering is such an important foundational tool to have in your maker tool chest. By taking the little bit of time and effort in this course to learn the dos and don'ts, you'll learn a valuable skill that you'll carry with you the rest of your life.If you've tried soldering before and can't quite seem to get it right, or if you've never soldered before.you're in the right place.What you'll learn:· Preparing your project for soldering· The right (and wrong) way to solder· Common terms in soldering· The equipment you'll need and what it's used for· Some optional equipment to consider· Cleaning up your solder joint· Troubleshooting your soldering issues· How to fix any issues with your solder jointsThis course is designed to be simple and to the point. We go step-by-step on what to do with plenty of zoomed-in footage so you can see what's going on. The course is designed to take you from knowing nothing about soldering to being able to solder with confidence on just about any project that you can imagine. Even if you're not new to soldering, there's likely to be some great information to supplement what you already know.If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.Take care!
Who this course is for
Tinkerers that are new to electronics soldering, or individuals who might be self-taught and running into issues.
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