Monday, February 21, 2011

Portable Soldering Station 2



Few months ago I’ve started to create series of portable devices that should together make a portable soldering station. Now I present you Beta version of this. It’s stored in a box of candies. When you open the box inside you’ll find soldering iron with stand, solder, breadboard with power supply, fume extractor and parts container. This project is portable, however it uses 12V wall adapter but that’s perfect for me, because I’ll be using this project in the school. Remember it’s still a Beta version, I’m now looking for stronger Fan, desoldering pump and helping hands. So check out video and pictures and wait for full release. 


                                          





  

19 comments:

  1. Wow can you please give me a pdf on how to make the kit my email is mr.yousuf404@gmail.com

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  2. You mean this whole setup ? well i don't have any instructions or PDF. I was just doing things one by one. So I can help you, but you must tell me what precisely do yo need to know

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  3. Can you please tell me for what is that breadbord used
    and whats the use of the solder paste

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  4. Well It's designed to be a portable soldering station but you also have breadboard and parts there.So let's say you're somewhere out, but you have mobile internet and you quickly need to create som circuit. At first you make circuit on the breadboard and if it work then you make it ona PCB. And it's not paste it's flux it's used to make sure that solder will stick to the surface.

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  5. It means that you can make the circuit on the breadboard without soldering

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  6. No problem :) Ask if you need anything else

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  7. Where can i buy one soldering iron like that ?

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    1. I bought it here : http://www.soselectronic.com/?str=371&artnum=1533

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  8. what's that you have attached with the fan in which you are inserting the 12v adapter

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    1. Hi, yes it's just a small box that connects everything together

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  11. hey please tell me if you have made it

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    1. Hi, yes I have made it, what would you like to know ?

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    1. First, you need to teel me, what you want to know

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  13. how to make it i want to know everything about it

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    1. Well I've disassembled it two years ago and I didn't make any notes along the build. Problem was, that I couldn't make it practical enough to be used as an emergency kit.

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