Did you ever buy a soldering iron without a stand or a very cheap one. If so, here is a project for you. We will make a soldering stand out of a trampoline spring and a piece of wood. I made mine in about 20 to 30 minutes.
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Step 1: Tools and Parts
The tools and parts that you will need are:
- Hot glue
- Super glue
- Trampoline spring
- Piece of wood
Step 2: Grind Time
Time to take the grinder and grind the hook off the trampoline spring. WARNING:SUPER HOT SPARKS.
Step 3: Drill Time
Now drill the best hole ever and make sure the trampoline spring fits.
Step 4: Super Glue Time
Super glue the trampoline spring in place and wait till it drys.
Step 5: Hot Glue Time
Hot Glue the small altoids tin on the piece of wood and put the sponge inside it. The altoids tin is to hold the water inside the sponge and not leak out all over the place.
Step 6: Nail Time
Just nail in the nail to hold the solder roll from moving around.
Step 7: Working Time
Now you're finished with your new soldering iron stand out of a trampoline spring. Have fun using it. I can make more and better projects with a Form 1 3D Printer if I win it. Thanks for veiwing my instructable.