Soldering Table With Helping Hands!




Introduction: Soldering Table With Helping Hands!

About: I like homemade projects!

Hi people!
I made this soldering table in under an hour with things i had in house.

Things you need:
PVC holders (not plastic ones)
Installation wire
A board
A few blocks of wood
Alligator clips
A soldering iron
Bolts and nuts
A pincer

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Step 1:

Now we are going to assemble the stand for the soldering iron.

You need the PVC holders, the bolts and nuts and a piece of wood.

First you need to cut the wood, i did cut it diagonal. Then the PVC holders need to be assembled with the bolts and nuts. You need to bend one of the holders so that the soldering iron leans on those holders. You can see how to do that in the pictures. Screw the piece of wood and the holders together. Screw the whole thing on the board.

Step 2: Add the Helping Hands

Cut a piece of wire off the installation wire and strip the whole wire. You don't want to melt the plastic. Screw a screw on the board and roll the installation wire around it. If you don't want to move the helping hands accidentally, then put a nail around it. solder the crocodile clips on the installation wire and make sure it that it is stable.

Step 3: And Now: SOLDER!!!

Your soldering table is ready!

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    2 Discussions

    Fikjast Scott

    This is great, nice layout. I look at the burn on my table and wish I had this design


    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I also burned the table, that's why i made this soldering table ;)