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> Unsoldering Smd With Hot Air
guylhem
post Nov 18 2005, 11:21 AM
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Hello

I'd be interested in learning about devices used for SMD soldering/unsoldering at home.

I'm looking for a not so expansive solution for home hacks - like upgrading memory, cpus, etc.
Links to manufacturer websites are welcome

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Mjolinor
post Nov 18 2005, 12:18 PM
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Chinese maker Aoyue their stuff is often badged by others. Not top of the range but I use a 968 and it does most of what I need in terms of hot air and soldering.

http://www.aoyue.com/en/products.asp

Seriously slow site like most Chinese ones.

There is a German seller that shifts a lot of these on eBay, his prices are about average for the products, you will not save a lot by searching for others.
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BarryW
post Nov 18 2005, 04:30 PM
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I think I saw something on hackaday.com about making a hot air torch for desoldering smd stuff, will look it up when I get home. That site is blocked here and I really don't want to by pass it right now.


Found it!


http://dansworkshop.com/SMT%20Hot%20Air%20Pencil.shtml
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