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.031 inch Kester 60/40 solder, 1 oz, #44

This is our recommended size and type of solder for general purpose through-hole work, with occasional surface mount and larger connector soldering. If you're not sure, start with this.

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Kester K100LD Lead-Free .05 1oz Solder

Sized for larger connectors. A lower cost lead-free alloy that results in shinier joints, K100LD solder is a eutectic, silver-less, tin-copper alloy with metallic dopants added to optimize the grain structure.

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Kester K100LD Lead-Free .02 1oz Solder

Our recommended SMT size. A lower cost lead-free alloy that results in shinier joints, K100LD solder is a eutectic, silver-less, tin-copper alloy with metallic dopants added to optimize the grain structure.

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Kester K100LD Lead-Free .031 1oz Solder

A lower cost lead-free alloy that results in shinier joints, K100LD solder is a eutectic, silver-less, tin-copper alloy with metallic dopants added to optimize the grain structure.

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.02in Kester Solder

This is our recommended solder for Surface Mount soldering. It has a mildly activated (#285) rosin-based flux core and is 63% tin / 37% lead.

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.02in Kester Solder

$2.49

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.02 inch lead-free Kester solder, 1 oz, #48

This is the lead-free solder we recommend for <b>surface mount</b> soldering. Composition: tin(96.5%), silver(3%), copper(.5%).

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.062 inch lead-free Kester solder, 1 oz, #48

This is the lead-free solder we recommend for larger connectors. For instance, if you����re soldering lots of switches or tinning larger wire. Composition: tin(96.5%), silver(3%), copper(.5%).

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.031 inch lead-free Kester solder, 1 oz, #4

This is the lead-free solder we recommend for general purpose through-hole soldering, along with occasional surface mount and larger connector soldering. Composition: tin(96.5%), silver(3%), copper(.5%).

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.05 inch Kester 60/40 solder, 1 oz, #44

This is the size and type of solder we recommend for larger connector soldering. For instance, tinning larger wires or soldering lots of switches.

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.02 inch Kester 63/37 solder, 1 oz, #44

This is the size and type of solder we recommend for <b>surface mount</b> soldering.

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New Soldering Q & A Site

New Soldering Q & A Site

We're happy to introduce a brand new Electronics Soldering Q & A site where you can ask questions about soldering. Not sure what soldering iron to buy? Having trouble desoldering a chip with a lot of legs? No idea how to solder a chip without any legs? Ask away!

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The Essence of How Bitcoin Works

A brief intro to the main ideas behind How Bitcoin Works, including how money is transferred, who keeps track of it, and how the whole thing is secured.

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SMT Stencil Review, including BGA Reballing

A review of SMT stencils from BEST, Inc. 10% off coupon: 'Curious'

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How Bitcoin Works in 5 Minutes

A short introduction to how Bitcoin Works. Written version:http://www.imponderablethings.com/2014/04/how-bitcoin-works-in-5-minutes.html

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RPi Spectrum Analyzer Display with LED Strip

A python-based real-time spectrum analyzer. Plays MP3s and does FFTs in real time using code from the LightShow Pi project and Numpy. Full code and instructions at instructables.

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