Home Make a Cheap Hot Air Soldering Station

Introduction: Home Make a Cheap Hot Air Soldering Station

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Hi friends. Today i will show you Home Make a Cheap Hot Air Soldering Station

Step 1: Watch the Video

In this video. I show you Home Make a Cheap Hot Air Soldering Station with low cost.

Step 2: Make PCB

I use Eagle software for make layout. You can download all of thing need to make PCB here. You can make at home by yourself but you can use my gerber file and upload to JLCPCB.COM for make PCB online. I order PCB from JLCPCB.COM alot of time and i alway get PCB with high quality only 2$ for 10PCB and Big Discount on First order Shipping.

Step 3: Prepare Component and Solder to PCB

LIST PART

CAPACITOR: 14UF/16V X2

100UF/16V 100n X2

DIODE 1N4004 X2

DIODE ZENER 9V1/1W

FUSE 2A 250V

PORTENTIOMETTER 10 KILO OHM

PORTENTIOMETTER 100 KILO OHM

IC TL431

IC LM358

RESISTOR 4K7 X3

RESISTOR 4M7

RESISTOR 1K X2

RESISTOR 100K

RESISTOR 1K5 X2

PORTENTIOMETTER 3362P 5K

RESISTOR 51K

RESISTOR 5K6

RESISTOR 33K

RESISTOR 390 X2

RESISTOR 1K2/2W

LED 5MM

Triac BTA12

MOC3020

LM317

IRFZ44

Screw Terminal Block Connector KF128 pitch:5.08MM/0.2inch Green 5.08mm KF128 X2 Plug 8 pin AC 220V

Hot Air Gun Handle With Blower fan for Soldering station

Step 4: Step 4: Finish and Test Circuit

1 Person Made This Project!

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18 Discussions

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mrm4315
mrm4315

2 months ago

not working with this electrical parts (in list)
use the parts in video the list of parts does not match the parts of the video
and the output it gives 160v ac😑
for 220 ac change

330ohm resistor instead of 390ohm
3.3k ohm resistor instead of 33k ohm

capasitors in video not mach the parts

and my massage for long technical:

please provide a correct tutorial you confused us with this wrong tutorial even the list of parts does not match the video

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mfaris01
mfaris01

Reply 2 months ago

I made this and it works great! I had the PCB printed. I used a 390 ohm and instead of a 33k, I used a 47k resistor. Don't worry about the video as it also shows he never added the LM317 until he showed it fully assembled. Just use the PCB to make it. AND on the MOC3020, you short the pins 2 and 3. Good luck. I love this project.

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mfaris01
mfaris01

Reply 2 months ago

You basically have two circuits. One for the heating element, 220vAC and one for the fan, 24vDC on the same board.

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mrm4315
mrm4315

Reply 2 months ago

hi and thanks for replay i use all part of list but not work and after this i change 16v cap to 50v
I'm disappointed😭

These photos are not complete. I later added a 390k resistor and connected the moc3020 pins
But it did not work again

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mfaris01
mfaris01

Reply 2 months ago

What is your Heater output voltage? Can you adjust it with the pot? Is your wand pinout connected right? I had to change mine based on the manufacture's pinout.

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mrm4315
mrm4315

Reply 2 months ago

output voltage is 160v when i change 390 to 330 ohm output voltage was 218-220v
potentiometer (10k and 5k) does not change the output voltage

and
and i open the handle hot air gun shild to got pinout this pinout is true
i test it

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mfaris01
mfaris01

Reply 2 months ago

I'm not quite sure where to advise you further. Maybe test your continuity and make sure you have good solder joints.

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mrm4315
mrm4315

2 months ago

hi
i made pcb board and I prepared the parts
but shematic does not match with assembeld board in video for example
33k resistor in shematic but it used 330ohm in video
or
390ohm resistor and this video used anoder resistor
what to do?

pcb shematic or video?????

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mfaris01
mfaris01

Reply 4 months ago

I reverse engineered the schematic from the PCB. I can send it to you if you like.

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alirezasaberi
alirezasaberi

Reply 4 months ago

Its Great.
please send me. resaberi@gmail
:-)

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Gustavo Peres
Gustavo Peres

4 months ago

how much current this hot air gun consumes to measure the required power supply?
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mfaris01
mfaris01

Reply 4 months ago

I'm building it and according to the plan, there's a 2A fuse for the 220VAC
heater and 1A AC-DC converter for the DC fan. Does that help?

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MyTechRock
MyTechRock

2 years ago

LIST PART
CAPACITOR: 14UF/16V X2
14UF ??? Or 47UF Sir

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mfaris01
mfaris01

Reply 4 months ago

And you always double the voltage of the capacitor from the circuit. 24v DC = 50v cap.
These should be 47uF, not 14

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alirezasaberi
alirezasaberi

Reply 1 year ago

47 uF is correct
resistor 51k not a usual resistor . I make it by 47k+4.7k
and I change 39k resistor ( near potantiometer) with 47 k

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manicmonday
manicmonday

10 months ago

In the video it looks like you have a lot of the boards. Is that right? Do you have extras to sell? Can you sell a kit that has the board and all the other needed components?