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Do you have a recommendation on a good soldering station or hot air/combo station?
The Hakko FX888D is my go-to solder station for home use. Microcenter has it a bit under a hundred bucks at the moment. If you're considering a butane iron as an alternate, hot air is probably not worth the expense/trouble.


https://www.microcenter.com/produ...ng-station
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The Hakko FX888D is my go-to solder station for home use. Microcenter has it a bit under a hundred bucks at the moment. If you're considering a butane iron as an alternate, hot air is probably not worth the expense/trouble.


https://www.microcenter.com/produ...ng-station [microcenter.com]
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Fun colors on that thing.

I would've sprung for the butane only for the flame for prop making.
I need a wired setup for both hobby and repair stuff.

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I bought the soldering iron/torch last time it was FP and have used it a few times, I'm happy with it. I just bought another one now for my oldest son for xmas...
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Debating between this and Some battery ones like Weller, Hakko, or mulwalkee .

I think at the $25 this is a good deal for basic soldering. Temperature and heat time performance.

Anyone else ?
What are you soldering? I wouldn't use this over a real soldering Iron like a hakko wired one for anything electronic.
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I've never bought something that uses butane fuel before. Is it a special canister or do I just buy a large bottle and fill the device?
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Bought this soldering station instead for $27 + tax as it was a lightning deal with good ratings.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RZV2DW8

Figured I'd rather pay a few dollars more for the precision and temperature control.
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Bought this soldering station instead for $27 + tax as it was a lightning deal with good ratings.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RZV2DW8

Figured I'd rather pay a few dollars more for the precision and temperature control.
Looks like the lightening deal is gone. How do u folks get notified of lightening deals?
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not dead still alive! love lexivon products they're built well
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I hate how you have to break down the tip to put it back in the case. The power probe one stores in one piece but twice as much.
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I hate how you have to break down the tip to put it back in the case. The power probe one stores in one piece but twice as much.
I was thinking of trimming the foam to fit the assembled tip.
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Debating between this and Some battery ones like Weller, Hakko, or mulwalkee .

I think at the $25 this is a good deal for basic soldering. Temperature and heat time performance.

Anyone else ?
the milwaukee works well, but it got hot enough it melted the collar (m12) i ended up returning it. milwaukee said it might have been a fake one. i got the verticle version of this because it doesnt have a stand on the other one. fillee it with butane and it was good to go.
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What are you soldering? I wouldn't use this over a real soldering Iron like a hakko wired one for anything electronic.
They work. temp control is harder, but if you tin it well, it works fine in a pinch.
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Anyone here know of a good spot welder to make lithium ion battery packs using nickel straps?
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These get advertised on SD all the time they are likely either a spammer or sponsor. Don't buy this junk.
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