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From: Daniel Haude
Subject: Re: old thread Re: DIY Soldering iron tips
Date: 30 Oct 2002 09:41:01 GMT
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On 26 Oct 2002 14:39:54 -0700,
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| I have made my own soldering iron tips or refurbished those paramagneticaly
| heat controlled Weller tips (which seem to me to be getting harder and harder
| to find)
Yes but aren't they just great? Having gone through two cheapo irons I was
given a Weller station 20 years ago (I was 14 then) which I'm still using
every day. Indestructible. And I really like the soft click-click-click
noise. Soldering ain't the same without it.
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