Stand for Soldering Iron




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Stand for soldering iron, will significantly ease your work while soldering and not only that ... He will work to protect the table surface from damage

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Step 1: 1st Materials, Tools and Accessories

-Materials                                                                                                                                             Tools and Supplies:
-White sheet, the minimum dimensions of 130x150 mm,                                                      Needle marking on metal,
0.5 mm thick.                                                                                                                                     Steel ruler
                                                                                                                                                            Scissors for metal,
                                                                                                                                                             Fine metal file,
                                                                                                                                                             Clamp (vise).

Step 2: 2nd Technical Drawing

Dimensions are given in the technical drawings ... Of course they can be adapted to needs, while respecting the given relationship!

Step 3: 3rd Transfer Measures With Technical Drawings on Sheet

Transfer measures with technical drawings on the sheet with the help of steel rulers and pins for marking on metal.

Step 4: 4th Cut the Rack

Cut the rack at the marked lines with scissors for sheet metal.

Step 5: 5th Quality Demersal Sharp Edges Stand

Then, a fine rasp of metal, break the sharp edge of the stand.

Step 6: 6th Shape Rack by Bending Sheet Metal

When edges are handled or lowered, there is still only make a folding stand, marked by lines in such a way that we have marked the lines on the plate, which remained after Notching, facing the side stand, which is facing down (the side that can not see!).

Step 7: That's It! Stand for Soldering Iron Is Over!



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    6 Discussions


    3 years ago

    That looks very nice, Great job!


    7 years ago on Introduction

    My homebrew stand is a bit more involved but I wanted to make it like the commercial ones were. The outlet is even switched so I can turn the iron off when not in use. Then I ended up getting a soldering station. Oh in case you can't tell I made the one on the left :) ha ha!

    2 replies

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I have a stand like in the ibble, but I like your homebrew. Building in progress!


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    This was one of those I want one sorts of projects. So, it was drag through the junk pile, assemble likely trash, and stick it together sort of a deal.

    The trickiest aspect of it that I can recall was getting the aperture where the iron rests just the right size. I used a thin strip of sheet metal that my pneumatic shears spits out as material to form the correct sized hole for my iron.

    Found coiled up on the top of my garbage pail of course!

    I should add that I'm left handed so that is why mine is how it is. If I was to do it again I'd somehow figure out a way I could attach a sponge pan to the thing. Other than that no complaints. It served me well for many years.

    The sound the iron makes being drawn, then holstered still says I'm soldering to me!


    7 years ago on Introduction

    nice stand! I haven't had to do this since mine came with one, but this is great for standalone irons.