Learning to Solder

Introduction: Learning to Solder

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    3 Discussions

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    mmartella15
    mmartella15

    5 years ago on Introduction

    1) I really like your second slide on saying how we need to gather up our materials and have a clean station. I think this really helps with soldering!

    2) make sure to say the heatness on the soldering machine varies for each project.

    3) make sure to try and use your own pictures in the look out for section.

    4) try and expand more on the outcome of putting a soldering joint in the wrong location.

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    mmartella15
    mmartella15

    5 years ago on Introduction

    1) I really like your second slide on saying how we need to gather up our materials and have a clean station. I think this really helps with soldering!

    2) make sure to say the heatness on the soldering machine varies for each project.

    3) make sure to try and use your own pictures in the look out for section.

    4) try and expand more on the outcome of putting a soldering joint in the wrong location.

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    eburbach16
    eburbach16

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Great instructable! The biggest change I would make is the format of the pictures. I would add text to each step instead of using a picture for each. Then you could use the picture space for visual examples for viewers. Other than this, your instruct able looks spot on!