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SMD soldering on hot sand

Posted on Thursday, February 13th, 2014 in how-to by DP

This video by Oliver Krohn demonstrates how to solder SMD parts on hot sand:

Soldering on hot sand using a bunsen burner or frying pan / oven. In this case I bought a SOIC breakout board and had to solder the chip onto it.

Via Hacked Gadgets.

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One Response to “SMD soldering on hot sand”

  1. Agent24 says:

    Interesting idea but without flux that’s just going to be 16 awful solder joints.

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