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[* black] An important tool for any soldering job is your soldering iron, of course! For this procedure we'll be using the soldering station that we sell in our parts and tools store.
[* black] For this project, you won't want your soldering iron to exceed 40 watts ''at the tip''. For our station, it is safe to crank it up all the way to maxmax, even though the station ''draws'' 50 watts of power from the wall.
[* black] For this project, you won't want your soldering iron to exceed 40 watts ''at the tip''. For our station, it is safe to crank it up all the way to maxmax, even though the station ''draws'' 50 watts of power from the wall.
[* black] If this is the first time you're firing up your soldering iron, you may notice some smoke and a not-so-pleasant scent. Don't worry; this is just the coating on the tip burning off. Wait a couple minutes for the soldering iron to stop smoking.
[* black] The last bit of setup is getting your cleaning sponge wet. A dry sponge is just going to get burned.