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aballen

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Re: More cornish buffers
« Reply #15 on: September 02, 2014, 05:08:00 AM »
Yeah it's called a "reflowster". Check out their kickstarter.  It controls a toaster oven.  Pretty nice.

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Re: More cornish buffers
« Reply #16 on: September 15, 2014, 02:42:23 PM »
Yeah it's called a "reflowster". Check out their kickstarter.  It controls a toaster oven.  Pretty nice.
Cool, I shall check it out. I'm currently using a hot air soldering method, but when I do board batches I think I may need to try something else.

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Re: More cornish buffers
« Reply #17 on: September 17, 2014, 09:25:02 AM »
Yeah it's called a "reflowster". Check out their kickstarter.  It controls a toaster oven.  Pretty nice.
Cool, I shall check it out. I'm currently using a hot air soldering method, but when I do board batches I think I may need to try something else.

That reflowster looks great.  I am using a electric skillet as a "reflow skillet" and I get superb results recently.  I love the stencil you made.  You can shrink the stencil outline in a graphics program or if you have diptrace there is a solder paste shrink option.

I just received some Kapton which I am going to try and laser cut my own stencils for the next SMD project.  The soda can method also looks awesome (as you did).  This is inspiring!



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