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Modding Project IronTrone

Discussion in 'Modding' started by S.PiC, 24 Feb 2016.

  1. S.PiC

    S.PiC Active Member

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    For work on the projects needed a soldering station, so I finally did. I was given a piece of Plexiglas that I used to create the casing of the soldering station. The controller of the soldering station was ordered from the aliexpress.com. It used heating elements Hakko T12.

    Video ProjectLog here:


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    I hope you liked it! :dremel:
     
  2. S.PiC

    S.PiC Active Member

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    To bit-tech.net administration: I'm not sure of the correctness of the choice of section. Maybe this topic should be placed in the "Modding - Project Logs" section. If you think so too - please move the topic there.
     
  3. GuilleAcoustic

    GuilleAcoustic Ook ? Ook !

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    Great work, I do like the design :thumb:

    This is a tricky question as the video is nice, but it doesn't give much details on the components used for example.

    Anyway, great job on this project.
     
  4. Nexxo

    Nexxo Queue Jumper

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    I do like. I'm building a soldering station myself (very slowly...). It's the only way to get exactly what you want.
     
  5. S.PiC

    S.PiC Active Member

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    Thank's you all! I'm Happy with the final result. Very impressed with the work of t12 Hakko stings.
     
  6. Comrade Woody

    Comrade Woody Obsolete

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    That's beautiful, excellent job.
     

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