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Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) have become an essential product for many industrial applications. They do not take up much space in an application, nor do they add immense weight to the application product. They minimize electric noise in the product, and are easy to maintain and repair. In this post, we shall be discussing the PCB soldering process.
As there are a variety of procedures within soldering, we shall be focusing on soldering preparation and component removal phases.
Generally, a vacuum powered desoldering tool is recommended for this procedure. The desoldering tool has a heated tip with a hole in the center to vacuum melt the solder.
Following these steps will ensure that the PCB soldering process is performed quickly and efficiently.