Reflow toaster oven using an Arduino

Posted on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 in Arduino, DIY by the machinegeek

Ray Wang writes, “Hi, I recently built a reflow toaster oven using an Arduino. I know it’s pretty standard stuff, but my version has an automatic oven door opener (using a servo) and circulation fan to speed up the cooling time, and remote notification using an RF transmitter.”

You can find the project details on the blog at RaysHobby.

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2 Responses to “Reflow toaster oven using an Arduino”

  1. Winston says:

    Awesome contraption!

  2. Matt says:

    Very cool! Just don’t cool the boards too quickly or the outside layers may deform or delaminate! Learned that one the hard way..

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