Posted on Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 in DIY by DP
Arup started building his Nokia LCD breakout boards and shared his soldering technique for the 0.5mm pitch connector.
First he aligns and fixes the connector in place with a bit of sticky tape. Next he applies some flux. Now the interesting part is that when he solders the connector he doesn’t use any additional solder. Only the tin already on the PCB is used to make the connection. For a more in depth pictorial check out his post.
Via the forum.
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