Macgyver SMD soldering iron adaptor

Posted on Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 in how-to, tools by DP


Rupert Hirst of RunAwayBrainz writes:

Surface mount component removal can often be tricky. With a little thought, and a piece of copper wire, small components can now be safely and cleanly removed, without damage to either the component or PCB tracks. In the following video I show you how to make an quick and simple adaptor for your soldering iron. Macgyver would be proud!

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2 Responses to “Macgyver SMD soldering iron adaptor”

  1. Sleepwalker3 says:

    Yes, but the secret is all in the mullet ;)

  2. Charles borromeo says:

    I Like it, it”s a good idea.

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