DIY Electronics Tools
If you're an electronics maker or hobbyist, having the right tools can make all the difference in your projects. With the right tools, you can make precise measurements, solder and desolder components with ease, and troubleshoot any problems that may arise. In this blog, we'll cover the essential, complementary, and advanced tools that every electronics maker or hobbyist should have in their toolkit.
Soldering Iron and Solder
Soldering is the process of joining two pieces of metal with a filler alloy that has a melting point below 840°F (450°C); the soldering iron is used to make these joints, and the alloy used to make them is solder.