If you are beginner, you might have difficulty to solder your first PCB project, Yet again, eletronics project will most likely require some soldering skills and tools. We found a good site that provide multi-language of soldering comic - Soldering Is Easy by Mitch Altman, Andie Nordgren and Jeff Keyzer.

If you are beginner, you might have difficulty to solder your first PCB project, Yet again, eletronics project will most likely require some soldering skills and tools.

We found a good site that provide multi-language of soldering comic – Soldering Is Easy by Mitch Altman, Andie Nordgren and Jeff Keyzer. Of course there are also others that helped to translate the comic into different languages.

The website can be reached here. We also placed the English version here for you to download.

Just click the photo to download the pdf file, it’s a 8 pages comic drawing which show you how to bend the component, heat up the soldering gun, apply solder tint, cutting the extra long lead of components and recommend the necessary tools. Have fun while you are doing your project 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Is It Hard to Solder?”

  1. In order to conduct heat properly, your soldering iron needs to be free of any old solder. After being exposed to air, it oxidizes and thus insulates against heat. We want heat to conduct so that we can apply everything quickly and efficiently. A dirty tip means that you’ll have to hold the iron on longer and risk heat damage to the PCB, and nobody wants that. Keep a wet sponge handy, and after the soldering iron is fully heated, softly scrape it against the sponge to remove old solder. The tip should be nice and shiny, or at least very close to it.

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