29966Re: desoldering station advice
- Mar 29, 2013--- In email@example.com, telmnstr@... wrote:
>I've used Pace and other self-contained desoldering stations in the Marines and at several employers. The Pace units seemed to work the best. None of the self-contained units work as well as the Weller WDD 81V that I currently have. If you have shop air available, the units that run on it, work much better than the self-contained stations.
> > I have a Pace digital soldering station that I do love. Until the
> > other day, I was holding out for a Pace desoldering station. If I had
> > to do a whole lot of desoldering, I think I still might get a Pace but
> > I think the 808 will be a useful addition to my toolkit for odds and
> > ends work.
> I have to admit these cheap chinese tools are killing it. My weller can't
> get as hot as the $80 digital chinese soldering stations that my friends
> have, which becomes a problem with RoHS electronics and what not.
> Also a friend of mine picked up the chinese hot air reflow and is doing
> BGA reballs for fun.
> (To keep it on topic, I sent an email to the person that made the IDE CF
> S100 card and am hoping to hear that there are more boards out there. I
> plan to build one as a temporary hold out in place of my hard sectored
> IMSAI Northstar drive.)
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