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SMD Soldering Tutorial 2018 // Different SMD Soldering Technique…

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  1. Date: August 22, 2018 at 17:51
    Author: MC's Creations

    I have too big hands for that job. LOL
    It's great you're trying to improve, but… Not for me! ?

  2. Date: August 22, 2018 at 18:04
    Author: BuzzCola 3

    You are not using enough flux, you should use at last 1 Louis of flux !

  3. Date: August 22, 2018 at 18:33
    Author: Double A

    Yes, more please! I look forward to more of these videos, because we will learn these techniques to repair failed products. I also look forward to those videos from you as well. Where you show us what is failing,why, and how to repair.
    I am cheering you on, buddy!
    Much love,
    Double A

  4. Date: August 22, 2018 at 19:42
    Author: Bennie Leip

    Eej drone mesh i got an issue, when i fly and out of nowhere my screen gets really bad with horizontal lines (not noise) just bad image can that be that the vtx is getting to hot ? (The TX526 Eachine )

  5. Date: August 22, 2018 at 20:00
    Author: Mikey Stokes

    hope you can help now when I power up the Drone the video signals fine but as soon as I switch to the model on my taranis qx7 the video starts cutting out what do you think could be the problem thank you for all the great advice love your videos

  6. Date: August 22, 2018 at 20:02
    Author: Cleric

    Very impressive and useful!
    Desoldering tutorial would be nice.
    Also interested in soldering small components whose pads are below the component itself (not to the side like these caps). I have no clue how these are soldered. A nice example would be to solder the fallen LEDs of the X6B receivers.
    Keep up the great work!

  7. Date: August 22, 2018 at 21:26
    Author: ArchmageAU

    Thank you so much. Great to have practical tips for doing SMD soldering at a level I have a chance at accomplishing.

  8. Date: August 23, 2018 at 00:03
    Author: Michael Neil

    I've watched a bunch of your videos. They are very helpful at making a more educated decision when buying parts. I was ready to watch you solder the whole board.

  9. Date: August 23, 2018 at 03:49
    Author: Witit Pienchob

    I think a large magnify glass on a stand and LED spot light can also help alot. I do need those when I do soldering on my quad.

    I used to work on audio amplifier. Much easier coz everything is big.

  10. Date: August 23, 2018 at 08:33
    Author: Benjamin Tarr

    List of tips:

    Edit: mesh, you should also try to solder the small passives a different way. Lay the component down with no solder on pads and then put a little bit of solder on your iron. Holding the component down with tweezers, then tack down one side. Then the other side is easy. I always flood the area with flux as well

    1. Use good tweezers.
    2. Use flux. And more flux. And even more.
    3. Use the correct tip, as well as a good soldering iron.
    4. Use 63/37 lead solder. 63/37 is eutectic meaning it does not have the “plastic” state. This helps a lot. Avoid lead free at all costs. Also try to use a good brand. (Kester has always been good for me)
    5. Try not to apply heat too long to sensitive components – if you need to touch something up, wait a minute.
    6. Use more flux.

  11. Date: August 23, 2018 at 10:48
    Author: FPV Downunder

    Nice video, something I use all the time when soldering to help hold components and wire is Blue Tac.

  12. Date: August 23, 2018 at 16:47
    Author: Al Tofanelli

    Thanks, man! Demystified the SMD process a bit. Looking forward to more on this series. Would love to learn more about figuring out which components need to be replaced on a board when the board goes bad.

  13. Date: August 24, 2018 at 07:38
    Author: He Tao

    The Chinese characters on the board says "Exclusive use for electronic products assembly skill competition, SMC soldering practice board".

  14. Date: August 28, 2018 at 23:35
    Author: Alan Porter

    I enjoyed watching this video and look forward to the de-soldering edition. Working directly with electronic components is a great compliment to building and flying quads. Thanks.

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