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Was hoping Makita might think to do this; Milwaukee was the only other company to have done this so far, who I don’t happen to already have jumped into as far as batteries/chargers are concerned. Well this helps me substantially.

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Hi...to me, a cordless soldering iron should be self-contained. That would limit its features, versatility, and compactness a little. But then again, my impression of what is proper comes from the fact that there hasn’t been cordless soldering stations like this before.

A cordless cord-attached soldering iron will be more slender than an all-in-one, which could result in a more comfortable or controllable user experience.

 

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Looking for suggestions for soldering iron, solder sucker, wicks, helping hands, magnifiers and other essential tools to do ECU work on my Miata. Many many years back I was a skilled EE circuit designer, making my own boards etc. HOWEVER that was over 40 years ago and the world changed a lot since then. Not looking to overbuy as I am a skilled enough solderer and can keep my tips clean, but need guidance as to the newer tools which have changed so much.

Decided a kit ECU (brand to be decided) was a great way to reintroduce myself to the current electronics universe and have fun with my 94 Miata at the same time. Thanks for your help!

Wall Lenk Soldering Guns

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17 hours ago, mariedaniels said:

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Wall Lenk Soldering Guns


Lemme just say, I’ve ended up VERY satisfied with this Ryobi kit. Cordless soldering is particularly wonderful being a guy that does car audio, because who wants to have extension cords that you fuss with getting around to every corner of a car anyway? I’m never using a corded soldering iron again.

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