Soldering irons used in electronic applications typically feature wattage between 15 and 100 watts. Soldering irons are usually small, and they are sometimes called pencils because of their shape and size. More »

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A Cold Heat soldering iron is a tool that melts solder. It uses batteries, unlike typical soldering irons that plug into the wall, and cools down after use. More »

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Solder electrical connections by protecting the work surface, preparing the soldering iron, mechanically connecting the materials and soldering the joint. Avoid touching the end of the soldering iron, as it is very hot. More »

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Solder electrical connections by protecting the work surface, preparing the soldering iron, mechanically connecting the materials and soldering the joint. Avoid touching the end of the soldering iron, as it is very hot. More »

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For Dummies explains that the key to soldering is to apply heat to the points requiring connection and not to the soldering iron itself. By doing so, the joint is evenly connected on all sides, providing a smooth transfe... More »

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Stanley Plane parts include scrapers and spokeshaves, cutters, blades and irons, as well as caps and screws. These parts vary depending on the type of plane, such as bench plane, block plane, rabbet plane, router or comb... More »

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The temperature that an iron is capable of reaching depends largely on its wattage capacity; used correctly, a high wattage iron is capable of achieving 400 degrees Fahrenheit. The higher the wattage capacity of an iron,... More »