Harmony Central Forums
Announcement Announcement Module
Collapse
No announcement yet.

Soldering

Page Title Module
Move Remove Collapse









X
Conversation Detail Module
Collapse
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Soldering

    I've soldered everything from batteries to ICs and repaired traces on PCBs, but I've never seen anyone drop in a 96 leg IC with such ease.  

     

       http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NALwJ6OnwNw

    The forumite formerly known as bruto.

  • #2

    1 hour ago I just finished soldering the wires on an iron and a hair dryer.  Does that count?

    '57 Hammond B3; '69 Hammond L100P; Hammond XM2/XMc2; '68 Leslie 122; Motion Sound Low Pro/Pro 3T; Neo Vent; Kurzweil PC3; Generalmusic Equinox 88 Pro and 76 key versions; Voce V5+; EV ELX112P; '67 Howard Combo Organ; http://www.dyinbreedband.webs.com

    Comment


    • AstroZon
      AstroZon commented
      Editing a comment

      Toasters, Hair Dryers, it's all just a matter of scale.   

      I remember de-soldering a Juno 106 voice board once.  It has those solder-through-hole ICs, and they're really a pain to get out without melting everthing around them. 

      I just soldered up a guitar yesterday - swapped pickups, pots, and caps.  Took about 2 hours start to finish.  I want something grundgy sounding for a Shoegaze project I'm working on.          


  • #3
    Wow, that guy's pretty quick. The only way I've tried to solder QFPs is with solder paste and a toaster oven.
    --Hammond: BC, M3, Split L111, L122 / Leslie: 51, 760 / Yamaha: DGX-620, PF-85Follow my new band, Dr. Bombay! We're going to be organasmic!

    Comment


    • shambler
      shambler commented
      Editing a comment

      He completely fluxxed that one up! " id="smiley" src="https://guitarcenter.i.lithium.com/i/smilies/16x16_smiley-.png" alt=":smiley:" title="Smiley Very Happy" />

       

      And what's soddering, I though we were soldering? .png" alt=":smileywink:" title="Smiley Wink" />



Working...
X