How to Solder Electronic Components Like A Professional
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How to Solder Electronic Components Like A Professional

In this Course you will learn how to use Soldering Iron correctly and How to solder Like A Professional in Step by Step
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11 students enrolled
Last updated 8/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • How to get your own Soldering tools that are right for you
  • How to solder Correctly
  • The right steps to an excellent soldering
  • How to set the right heat, solder and tools to be a soldering professional
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Requirements
  • Basic experience in Electronics
  • Basic experience in Electronic devices
  • A Well to apply, not just watch
Description

Basic soldering is a skill that's easy to learn and not hard to master.

  It just takes practice!

  There is a huge range of soldered situations out there, from tiny chip resistors on circuit boards to large UHF connectors.

There is also a large variety of irons, tips and solder to choose from, and it certainly does help to have the right tool for the job. 

  Although we will focus on the middle range of connector and cable size in this tutorial (using audio cable and connectors as examples), the theory can be applied to a solder joint of any size.

Good luck, and remember....

Good soldering takes practice! 

Warning

You are working with HOT liquid metal, it is a matter of time before you will get burned. 

Be careful!

Contents that will be introduced in this Course

  1. •Soldering Tools
  2. •Soldering Accessories
  3. •Step 1: Preparation
  4. •Step 2: Tinning
  5. •Step 3: Soldering
  6. •Cleaning
  7. •Tips and Tricks



Who is the target audience?
  • Electronics Geeks
  • Anyone Interested in Learning The right way to solder
  • Electronics and Electrical Engineers
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction to the Course
2 Lectures 07:49
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Things you need to know about Soldering
2 Lectures 13:04
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Soldering Steps
3 Lectures 11:26
Step One Preperation
06:31

Step Two Tinning
03:11

Step Three Soldering
01:44
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Cleaning Your Soldering Iron
1 Lecture 02:24
Cleaning Your Soldering Iron
02:24
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Tips and Tricks
2 Lectures 05:44
Tips and Tricks
03:44

Examples of Bad Soldering
02:00
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Let's Solder
1 Lecture 04:36
Let's Try Soldering
04:36
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