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Question regarding Part Photo Etch and Solder.

July 28 2006 at 4:58 PM
Dave Morris  (Login Dave_Morris)
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Can anyone please tell me if the material used by Part can be soldered.
Ok, i admit it, i cannot solder to save my life, but i am trying to solder some 1/72nd scale tracks and have been unable to get the solder to flow on the damn things.
I have been using a 15kw iron and everyday 0.8mm flux cored solder. I heat up the joint to be soldered but when i offer some solder to the joint it repells the solder. By that i mean that the solder "balls up" on the end of the wire.
Is it the Photo etch material or am i doing something wrong?
I suspect i may have to use a higher wattage iron or a lower melting point solder. Can any one p

 
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  1. you can solder it........ - Niels Henkemans on Jul 28, 2006, 8:34 PM
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  3. Another solution - Marc Brandes on Jul 29, 2006, 5:59 AM
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  5. please try ! - yasuyuki watanabe on Jul 29, 2006, 7:37 PM
    1. Thanks for the help guys........ - Dave Morris on Aug 1, 2006, 4:26 PM
     


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