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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 04-23-2017, 14:18   #1 (permalink)
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Hot tweezer for iphon backlight filters?


Anyone recommend cheap hot tweezer for iphone backlight filter replacment?


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Old 04-25-2017, 11:03   #2 (permalink)
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i not recommend you this tool because is not simple to use for components lile Fl , caps , resistor with size 0802, 0603 , 01002 on iphone 6 or others m.board , 5S / 5 , etc..
Tweezers are too big for be handle, only some expensive (very) soldering brands can to be useful for this like , weller , original Hakko , Jovy ..For the best and economic way i advice common soldering iron with 0,1 /0,2 tip . put the component on tip and place the component helper to place it with a tweezer .
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Or you can use tin paste that makes welding simpler
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yes tin paste easy way to fix filters
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which tin paste do you guys use? can you recommend any?
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I advice for Kester R286 but is expensive in alternative to low cost , Mechanic (made in china)..
anyway there is a quality difference .
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