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Hardware Equipments for GSM All about Hardware Instruments and equipments like Soldering Stations, Hardware Tools, Oscilloscopes , Frequency Counters ..ext.

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Old 06-13-2017, 11:18   #1 (permalink)
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compare our equipment


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Compare our equipment! Each make their own list of machines they use, solder stations, hot air, preheaters, microscopes, consumables, etc etc ..

Please only description No manufacturers or retailers web link.
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Old 06-13-2017, 15:52   #2 (permalink)
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my equipment :

- solder iron ERSA ICON PICO 60w (good for precise soldering small components and
fpc connector )
- rework station YIHUA 853AAA 3 in 1 , solder iron 75w (mod.936) hot air + preheater
(very good)
- solder iron HAKKO CLONE FX951 (not good as the original not adviced)
- solder station WEP with hot air (pump ) and iron 60w (solder iron bad not adviced)
- microscope : optical (economic but good ) digital 2mpx good for ispection .
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my equipement

-solder iron ersa i-con pico ( 102ADLF 1.3,102PDLF 0.3,0102CDLF04,0102PDLF02,102SDLF0.4 ,102PDLF0.3L)
-rework Quick 2008
-microscope trinoculare with stand boom ,10x eypieces and 0,2 0,5 lens ordered 0,3 lens with 20x eypieces with camera 5Mega pixel
-Fume extractor hakko 493 (not original )
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my equipment :
- solder iron HAKKO CLONE FX951
- solder infrared Tornado V1
- rework station YIHUA 995D 2 in 1
- solder iron Jovy iSolder-40
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- solder infrared Tornado V1
Is this tool any useful? Haven't found mine of much use at all
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I also did not find the infrared useful now .. I used it to remove fpc connectors or some SIM readers placed on risky areas .. with the experience you can do it quietly without. (For me).
Anyway the his peculiarity is to desolder the connectors without damaging the plastic material.
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It is not a tool that is used a lot ... but sometimes it is useful. To be used together with a good preheater obviously.
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hakko fm2021 very good
chinese hotair smd good
stereo microscope used works good
dc power supply 30v 5amp works good
dc power supply 15v 1amp works ok
need preheater
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micro iron + hot tweezers: JBC NASE-2B
hot air: Yihua 959D
combo station: Yihua 852D (iron+hot air)
microscope: Kyowa Optical SDZ-P
power supply: Yihua YH-305D
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HotAir - Quick 861DW
Soldering - JBC CD2E020 T245-A + T210
DCPS - Siglent SPD3303X
Oscilloscope - Rigol DS1054z
Preheater - Aoyue 853A
Microscope - OPTEK ST8050T-STL2 with cam Sony a6000
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yes very good tools complements , how does jbc solder station go? tips for solder small components are avalaible ? minimun size ?
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JBC is best soldering station of all I had. Real 0.1mm for handypice T210.

Check my instagram, link in my profile.
I compare a few tips.
Iron tips - hakko T12 ils 0.1mm and jbc C245 0.2mm and jbc C210 0.1mm
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Anyone got any idead for a cheap microscope? $350 budget
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I bought mine used check ebay get stereo microscope 10x-20x max if youfind 20x-40-x then just get lower lens for microscope
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1. Ayoue 950 soldering iron and SMD tweezers
2. DC power supply PM3006
3. 8580 hot air
4. Duratool soldering iron , 24v , 60w
5. IMac 27' , i7, 16gb , 1tb , hd6970 2gb graphics
6. Small vice for holding boards
7. Various screw drivers , tools , fluxes for soldering , solder down to size 0.25mm , kapton tape , solder paste etc....


I am looking for some 0.1mm or 0.2mm soldering tips or maybe advice on what tools will help with SMD rework , when working with iPhones and small caps / resistors.
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