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Best tips to use for micro soldering on the Hakko FX888D?

Hi, Everyone,

I am a brand spanking new newbie when it comes to electronics repair but i'm very excited to learn board repair. I purchased the Hakko FX888D to practice soldering on dummy boards and will probably continue to use it for some time.

My question: What are the best tips to use with this station for micro soldering? A part number would be great or a link on ebay even better!

Also what do you guys think about this hot air station for a beginner?: https://www.ebay.ca/itm/152922627479

Thank you so much!

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the hot air station is fine as for tip i would say T18-C05

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Don't know at which Hakko you looked at, PatsyF, but it's not a cheap manufacturer. On the contrary it's a very reputable one, among other brands that were on the market well before "microsoldering craze", like Weller, Ersa, Pace, JBC, Metcal, just to mention a few. Be very careful where you buy, as it's well known there are clones around. Also consider there's quite a difference between a simple soldering iron and a soldering station..performance and prices can't really be compared.

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Hi thanks for the reply.

The hakko soldering station mentioned is £120 on eBay. Seems cheaper than most of the others I was thinking about getting. That's why I was wondering if it is up to the task for mobile phone repairs / microsoldering.

The tip came in at an extra £12.

Is there anything you would recommend that won't bust the bank arbaman?

Thanks again.

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I would recommend a reputable seller for such a purchase, on that platform after 60 days if any problem arises you are on your own. On top of that a Hakko for that price would probably be either a clone or unsuitable for microsoldering use. You 'll have to look for a reliable station, that's one of the main tools you'll be using every day. It should be handy, lightweight, tips should be easily replaceable and you'll need a few to start with, I'd say 0.2/0.4/0.7/ 1mm are all more or less indispensable for phone repairs. You will start having suitable stations from reliable manufacturers around 200/300 $, your bank account should survive that. I have an Ersa i-con Nano, great small station, the soldering iron is more like a pencil than an iron, works like a charm. Tips are a bit expensive. But I'm sure any of the other manufacturers will have a good station to start with for a reasonable price..google around, make comparisons, read opinions, avoid cheap chinese crap ;)

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I think learning to microsolder on cheap crappy hot air stations is like trying to put out a fire with a hose that is alternating fast and slow water flow——way harder than using a solid affordable station like the Quick861dw that is the clear winner for value hot air rework.

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Jessa, thank you for replying to me. Love your videos and you are the reason I am now interested in electronics. I will take your advice and just save for a better set up.

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Is the hakko station good enough for microsoldering work on iPhones etc. It looks a bit cheap?

Asking as I'm looking for something myself.

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