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Soldering Equipment

Soldering Stations

Digital and analog soldering systems. Many styles and wattages available

Desoldering Equipment/Rework Stations

Systems for rework - with soldering, desoldering and hot air capabilities

Soldering Irons

Irons for use with a power station, as well as battery powered, gas powered, and with a wall plug

Soldering Tweezers

Precision hot tweezers for use with small components

Hot Air Pencils

Handpieces for use with hot air systems

Desoldering Irons

Desoldering irons and manual desoldering pumps

Fume Extraction

Fume Extraction devices are used to absorb widespread smoke and/or smoke around equipment users

Pre-Heater

Pre-Heaters provide fast, efficient underside heating and reduce the possibility of thermal damage to sensitive components

Soldering Pots

Soldering Pots are portable devices used to melt solder and for dip soldering small items as well as tinning the ends of wire leads

Tips

Soldering Tips transfer the heat to the connection point. They are essential to the soldering process and come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs

Nozzles

Soldering Nozzles are used on hot air pencils and with rework stations. They transfer the heat to the connection point

Dispensing Equipment

Dispensing Equipment is used to dispense solder, solder paste, glue, epoxy, and paint

BGA Rework Station

BGA Rework Stations are used for the manual alignment, replacement, or removal of BGA, μBGA, CSP, and other surface mount components with repeatable solder reflow profiles

Hot Air Guns

Hot Air Guns are used for efficient drying as well as heat-shrinking, thawing frozen pipes, heating liquids, bending materials, and more

Lead Forming Equipment

Lead Forming Equipment is used during the process of lead forming, which involves bending component leads so that they can be inserted into holes or surface-mounted on a circuit board

Soldering Stands

Soldering Stands hold many different types of soldering irons. They make soldering and desoldering easier

Static Control

Static Control Equipment protects users and equipment from static charge

Soldering Equipment

Soldering is the process of bonding two or more metal items by filling the joint with a material called solder
 
Soldering Equipment Description
Soldering is the process of bonding two or more metal items by filling the joint with a material called solder. It differs from welding because the pieces being joined are not melted. Instead, the filler metal is melted and flowed into the joint.
 
The basic solder equipment needed is a solder iron and a soldering station. However, there are many options and accessories available to meet a variety of soldering needs. When purchasing soldering equipment, it is important to remember two things:
  • Temperature and variable control are key. These features will help improve soldering, so be sure to consider the temperature ranges and variable control when choosing a soldering station
  • Keep extra nozzles and tips on hand. These are inexpensive and consumable. It is easier and more cost effective to purchase extras in advance rather than place another order and pay for shipping in the future
Soldering equipment is used by professionals as well as hobbyists. One of the benefits of soldering is that the process is reasonably permanent but reversible. Desoldering tools are available to remove unwanted solder.
 
Soldering Equipment Applications
  • Plumbing
  • Electronics
  • Metalwork
  • Food and beverage
  • Roof flashing
  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Household appliances
  • Troubleshooting, replacement, and salvage
Types of Soldering Equipment
  • BGA Rework Station. BGA rework stations are used for the manual alignment, replacement, or removal of BGA, μBGA, CSP, and other surface mount components with repeatable solder reflow profiles
  • Desoldering Equipment/Rework Stations. Desoldering is the process of removing solder. It is used to repair, replace, and salvage in a variety of applications
  • Dispensing Equipment. Dispensing equipment is used to dispense solder paste
  • Fume Extraction. Fume extraction devices are used to absorb widespread smoke and/or smoke around equipment users
  • Hot Air Guns. Hot air guns are used for efficient drying as well as heat-shrinking, thawing frozen pipes, heating liquids, bending materials, and more
  • Lead Forming Equipment. This equipment is used during the process of lead forming, which involves bending component leads so that they can be inserted into holes or surface-mounted on a circuit board
  • Nozzles. Soldering nozzles are used on hot air pencils and with rework stations. They transfer the heat to the connection point
  • Pre-Heater. Pre-heaters provide fast, efficient underside heating and reduce the possibility of thermal damage to sensitive components
  • Soldering Equipment. Soldering is the process of bonding two or more metal items by filling the joint with a material called solder. Available equipment includes soldering stations and soldering guns, irons, and pencils
  • Soldering Pots. Soldering pots are portable devices used to melt solder and for dip soldering small items as well as tinning the ends of wire leads
  • Soldering Stands. Soldering stands hold many different types of soldering irons. They make soldering and desoldering easier
  • Static Control. Static control equipment protects users and equipment from static charge
  • Tips. Soldering tips transfer the heat to the connection point. They are essential to the soldering process and come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs
Key Features of Soldering Equipment to Consider
  • ESD-safe by design
  • Compatible with LEAD-FREE solder
  • Lockout keycard
  • UL, cUL, CSA, and/or CE electrical safety approvals
  • Durable and easy to use

BGA Rework Station

BGA Rework Stations are used for the manual alignment, replacement, or removal of BGA, μBGA, CSP, and other surface mount components with repeatable solder reflow profiles. BGA stands for ball grid array. It is a type of surface mount technology used for packaging integrated circuits. BGA rework stations come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs.
 
BGA Rework Station Applications
  • Manual alignment and placement or removal of BGA, μBGA, CSP and other surface mount components with repeatable solder reflow profiles
  • Rework and repair of defective BGA components
Key Features of BGA Rework Stations to Consider
  • Gantry System
  • Board and component capacity
  • Control panel/software
  • Four Thermocouple Input Ports
  • Optics
  • CCD Video Camera
  • Rigid structure for stability and accurate component placement
  • Fine adjust with fine-threaded adjustment knobs
  • Pentium Class PC with Windows-based operating system
  • Recipe controls parameters for Preheat, Soak, Reflow, and Cool Down
  • Unlimited recipe storage
  • Advanced, automatic profiling capabilities
  • Video capture card with flat screen monitor provides clear viewing during component placement
  • "Teach" mode profiling sets the recipe times based on the input operating and target temperatures
  • Password protection prevents unauthorized use or adjustment of recipes
  • Optional Pan and Tilt mirror allows zoom in and scanning of image
This video demonstrates The Hakko FR-1418 BGA rework system. It is designed for the manual alignment and placement or removal of BGA, μBGA, CSP and other surface mount components with repeatable solder reflow profiles.
 
 

Desoldering Equipment/Rework Stations

Desoldering is the process of removing solder. It is used to repair, replace, and salvage in a variety of applications. Special equipment and tools are available for this process.
 
There are two main types of stations: traditional desoldering stations and hot air rework stations. They are available in analog and digital versions. A variety of nozzle and tip sizes and styles are available to meet a range of needs.
 
Desoldering Equipment/Rework Stations Applications 
  • Remove solder with simple push-button operation
  • Rework printed circuit boards
  • Solder and desolder components and connectors mounted on PC boards
  • Troubleshoot, salvage, and replacement
Types of Desoldering Equipment/Rework Stations
  • Desoldering Station. This is the classic style.  These stations come in a variety of styles and sizes. They are easy to use and clean. Pencil–style and/or gun-style desoldering tools are usually used on these stations. Some come with a built in vacuum pump
  • Hot Air Rework Station. These stations are ideal for small jobs such as soldering and desoldering small surface mount chip components, heating heat-shrink tubing, and other local heating operations. These systems allow you to desolder and solder using the same station
  • Pencil-style Tool. Pencil-style tools tend to have a lower wattage than gun tools and are ideal for smaller items such as light gauge wire and small semiconductor devices
  • Gun-style Tool. Desoldering gun-style tools usually have a high wattage, and they feature a “trigger” switch. They work well on items such as heavy gauge wire
  • Air Blower Tool. The air blower tool completely removes any solder remaining in through-holes.
Key Features of Desoldering Equipment/Rework Stations to Consider
  • Removes solder with simple push-button operation
  • Durable metal frame
  • Built-in air pump
  • Digital temperature display
  • Zero crossover switching on motor
  • ESD-safe by design
  • Allows operators the choice of either gun or pencil desoldering without having to purchase a separate station
  • Compatible with LEAD-FREE solder
  • Solder flow is time-controlled and temperature-controlled
  • Soldering and desoldering cycles are automatic and precise
  • Built-in locator light pinpoints the exact position for placing components
  • Lockout keycard to enter temperature settings into the system memory to prevent accidental or unauthorized temperature changes
This video demonstrates Hakko FM204-01 Desoldering Station and FM204-CP Conversion Port Desoldering and Soldering Station. Some of its key features include a built-in vacuum pump, lockout keycard, sleep mode functionality, gun-style or pencil-style desoldering tool, and more. It is just one of the desoldering systems available.
 
 

Dispensing Equipment      

Dispensing Equipment is used to dispense solder solder paste, glue, epoxy, and paint. Items include dispenser bottles, syringes, dispensing needles, and dispensing gun. They help users avoid spills and waste. Dispensing equipment is available in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs.
 
Dispensing Equipment Applications
  • Avoid spills and waste
  • Applying solder paste avoids overheating and burning circuit boards, making up cables, and other fine work. Paste can then be heated with heat gun or tip of soldering iron
  • Paint can be applied in electronics applications. For example, marking a screw with paint to detect tampering by consumer
  • Lubricating grease
  • Epoxy and glue
Types of Dispensing Equipment
  • Dispenser bottles
  • Syringes
  • Dispensing needles
  • Dispensing gun

Fume Extraction 

Fume Extraction devices are used to absorb widespread smoke and/or smoke around equipment users. They extract the contaminated air directly at the source, improving air quality and increasing user safety. Various styles and sizes are available to meet a range of needs. The three main types are bench top smoke absorbers, extraction systems, and exhaust fans.
 
Fume Extraction Applications
  • Absorb widespread smoke
  • Absorb smoke around equipment users
  • Reduce harmful soldering emissions from the source
  • Remove odors from the air
Fume Extraction Types
 
Bench Top Smoke Absorbers
 
Bench top smoke absorbers remove soldering smoke and fumes quickly, safely, and efficiently. This improves the air quality in the work area and increases worker safety. This video demonstrates the Hakko FA400 Smoke Absorber.

 
Key Features of Benchtop Smoke Absorbers  
  • Unit is made of non-sloughing static dissipative conductive material
  • Operates quietly
  • Can be operated standing up or laying down in a low-profile position
  • ESD-safe by design and is made of ESD-safe materials
  • Standard activated carbon filter (PN: A1001) absorbs up to 80 percent of the odors from the air and is easy to replace
  • No external air source required
  • Compact size uses minimal bench space and allows portability
  • UL, cUL, CSA, and/or CE electrical safety approvals, OSHA compliant 
Extraction Systems
 
Extraction Systems are used with soldering stations to extract the contaminated air directly at the source. Contaminated air is captured from the workplace surrounding the soldering station by the hood or hoods and transferred to the unit by rigid ducts. The purified air is returned to the work area.
 
Key Features of Extraction Systems 
  • Powerful suction
  • Quiet operation
  • 3-airflow adjustment modes: High, Medium, Low
  • Freestanding ducts
  • Filter replacement notification function ensures excellent trapping efficiency can be maintained at all times
  • Mobile fume extraction unit purifies air at up to two workplaces
  • Can accommodate up to two operators
  • Variable speed control
  • H12 HEPA filter plus wide band gas filter
  • F5 fine dust filter
  • Removes 99.5% of particulates up to 0.3 microns
Exhaust Fans
 
Exhaust Fans move air out of an area. They improve air quality by removing smoke, odors, and more.
 
Key Features of Exhaust Fans
  • Table Edge Clamp
  • ESD Safe and RoHS Compliant
  • 10 Year Mechanical Warranty
  • Made in the USA Models available

Hot Air Guns     

Hot Air Guns are used for efficient drying as well as heat-shrinking, thawing frozen pipes, heating liquids, bending materials, and more. They are used in production plants, laboratories and service shops as well as other industries. Hot air guns are available in various sizes and styles. Different nozzles can be used for different applications. Hot air guns can be used with stands for stationary operation.
 
Hot Air Gun Applications
  • Bend plastic
  • Applying heat shrinking products (ex. heat shrink tubing)
  • Dry wall emulsion
  • Dry plaster
  • Composite work
  • Curing epoxy and softening adhesives
  • Thawing frozen pipes
  • Softening and molding plastics
  • Heating liquids
  • Assembly and repair applications
  • Softening and forming plastic laminates
  • Removing paints and finishes
Key Features of Hot Air Guns to Consider

Low cost Hot Air Guns are available for users that do not need precision temperature control and are infrequent users. These designs do not have replaceable heaters and so are throw-away. Better models will feature repleaceable heaters and adjustable temperature control. Top models will actually digitally display temperature.

Why is temperature control important in Hot Air Guns?

Believe it or not but something taken for granted such as heat shrink tubing does have an optimum temperature specification and so do other applications. It may not be important for a home or occasional hot air gun application, but military, aerospace, industrial, and manufacturing often will have specifications that must be met. With better control and display of temperature uniformity can be insured in production runs. It would avoid damage to critical components by overheating and performance issues later due to insufficient heat.

Besides temperature control and display here are other considerations in selecting a Hot Air Gun:
  • Two stage switch
  • Reinforced ceramic mica heating element
  • Replaceable heating element
  • Compact, lightweight construction
  • Quick-lock stand is fully adjustable and stores keys
  • Color coded keys for the right temperature every time
  • Maintenance free factory sealed motor
  • Soft grip handle
  • Convenient switch (Off / Cool / Hot / Various Temperature Settings)
  • Ultra quiet operation
  • UL, cUL, CSA, and/or CE electrical safety approvals

Lead Forming Equipment

Lead Forming Equipment is used during the process of lead forming, which involves bending component leads so that they can be inserted into holes or surface-mounted on a circuit board. Types of equipment include lead formers, radial lead cutters, and DIP liner lead straighteners. These items come in a variety of styles to meet a range of needs.
 
Lead Forming Equipment Applications
  • Aerospace
  • Semiconductor industry
  • Form and trim leads for electronic devices
  • Reforming IC and LSI leads
  • Speed IC and LSI insertion
  • Eliminate broken leads during IC and LSI insertion or transportation
Types of Lead Forming Equipment
  • Lead Former
  • Radial Lead Cutter
  • DIP Liner Lead Straightener
Key Features of Lead Forming Equipment to Consider
  • Sealed ball bearings make the equipment durable and efficient
  • Wide adjustable bending length
  • High quality cutting blade for a clean, smooth cut and long life
  • Continuous operation ensures faster and more efficient processing
  • Helps speed IC and LSI insertion and eliminates broken leads during IC and LSI insertion or transportation

Nozzles

Soldering Nozzles are used on hot air pencils and with rework stations. They transfer the heat to the connection point. They are essential to the soldering process and come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs. It is a good idea to purchase spare nozzles in advance. This will save you time and money in the long run.
 
Nozzle Applications
  • Soldering
  • Desoldering
Types of Nozzles
 
Nozzles come in a variety styles and sizes to meet a range of needs. The available styles include the following: 
  • Flat Hot Air Nozzle
  • 4-Sides Heated Nozzle
  • 2-Sides Heated Nozzle
  • Round Bent Nozzle
  • Round Hot Gas Nozzle
  • Round Nozzle
  • Hot Air Measuring Nozzle

Pre-Heater for Printed Circuit Boards

Pre-Heaters provide fast, efficient underside heating and reduce the possibility of thermal damage to sensitive components. They make soldering and desoldering easier by reducing the heat requirement of the soldering tool. This reduces the risk of thermal damage. They are used in a variety of applications such as circuit board repair and rework of digital cameras, cell phones, and other electronic devices. Pre-heaters are available in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs.
 
Pre-Heater Applications
  • Preheat the circuit board under repair
  • Reduce the possibility of thermal damage
  • Reduce the heat requirement from the soldering tool
  • Make soldering and desoldering easier
  • Soldering Pb-free assemblies
  • Rework of digital cameras, cell phones, PDAs, and MP3 players
  • Reduce thermal shock to the board and components
  • Reduce the chance of board warping
Types of Pre-Heaters 
  • Heating Plate
  • Bench top Board Heater
This video demonstrates the Hakko FR-1012 Pre-heater. It is a bench-top board heater designed to elevate the temperature of printed circuit board assemblies so that the components on them can be soldered and de-soldered more easily, and with improved results. This is particularly useful on medium to high-mass board assemblies, which can "heat-sink" a significant amount of energy being supplied by a soldering iron tip or handheld hot-air tool. This tool is particularly useful when soldering Pb-free assemblies.

 
Key Features of Pre-Heaters to Consider
  • Comes complete with a PCB holder - no extra accessories needed
  • Equipped with infrared heater for fast and accurate heat up
  • Auto-Off and Standby features
  • Read and set temperatures are indicated digitally
  • Temperature can be regulated with the use of an optional external sensor
  • Integrated self-resetting overheat protection
  • High pressure fan
  • Convex outlet reduces heat buildup and prevents blockage of the outlet
  • Angled heater tube protects the heating element from damage caused by debris
  • Optional Extension Pipe
  • ESD-safe by design
  • Compatible with lead free solders

Soldering Equipment

Soldering is the process of bonding two or more metal items by filling the joint with a material called solder. It differs from welding because the pieces being joined are not melted. Instead, the filler metal is melted and flowed into the joint.
 
The basic solder equipment needed is a solder iron and a soldering station. However, there are many options and accessories available to meet a variety of needs. When purchasing soldering equipment, it is important to remember two things:
  • Temperature range and variable control are key. These features will help improve soldering, so be sure to consider the temperature range and variable control when choosing a soldering station
  • Keep extra nozzles and tips on hand. These are inexpensive and consumable. It is easier and more cost effective to purchase extra in advance rather than place another order and pay for shipping in the future
Soldering Equipment is used by professionals as well as hobbyist, and it comes in a large range of sizes and styles to meet a variety needs.
 
Soldering Equipment Applications 
  • Soldering chassis, dynamos, large harnesses, transformers, large components and assemblies, stained glass panels and lead came
  • Soldering circuit boards, small electric parts, radio controls, and more
  • Soldering connectors and heavier wiring connections
  • Repairing electric household appliances
  • Soldering radio controls
  • Can be used as a branding tool or cattle prod
Types of Soldering Equipment
  • Analog Soldering Station. These stations are often designed for soldering and desoldering, and they are capable of many of the same applications as digital soldering stations. Applications include production, rework, and repair
  • Digital Soldering Station. In addition to the features and applications similar to those offered by analog soldering stations, digital soldering stations provide a digital readout as well as better temperature control. Applications include production, rework and repair
  • Soldering Pencil and Parts. Soldering pencils are ideal for small jobs. Soldering pencils come in a variety of sizes and styles such as screwdriver tips, long conical, and more. Extra parts, such as heating elements, barrel nuts, and spare tips, are available
  • Soldering Gun. Soldering guns come in a variety of sizes and styles. They feature a looped tip and “trigger” switch. Extra parts are available
  • Soldering Irons. Soldering irons come in a variety of sizes and styles. They feature a heated tip and insulated handle. Applications include installation, repairs, and limited production work. Extra parts are available
Key Features of Soldering Equipment to Consider
  • Microprocessor controlled with digital LED display
  • Allows you to read temperature setting and actual tip temperature
  • Designed for continuous production soldering
  • Can switch between °F and °C
  • UL, cUL, CSA, and/or CE electrical safety approvals
  • ESD safe to protect sensitive components
  • Stainless steel modular plug-in heater for greater efficiency and versatility
  • Alloy-coated iron tips ensure long-lasting protection from corrosion
Ceramic Heater vs. Wire Wound Heater

Most soldering irons are produced using a wire wound heating element, similar to the heating element of toasters, it causes resistance along the wire, and with resistance, heat.

But recently, manufacturers have developed a new ceramic heating element, designed to use much less energy, and wattage. This ceramic element passes the electricity right to the tip of the element providing heat right onto the tip.

Considering that the ceramic heaters are considerably smaller manufacturers have redesigned the iron so the heating element fits inside the tip, while the wire wound models have the element on the outside of the tip. The ceramic element heats up five times faster than the wire wound option. Learn more in this video where ceramic heater and wire wound heater heating times are compared.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXC7fOXw5MA 

Soldering Pots

Soldering Pots are portable devices used to melt solder and for dip soldering small items as well as tinning the ends of wire leads. They are ideal for smaller jobs that require reliable temperature control. They come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs.
 
Soldering Pots Applications
  • Solder-based terminal treatment of lead wires
  • Removal of electronic components from a printed circuit board
  • Small scale production, prototyping, and chassis wiring
  • Tinning large quantities of stranded wire
  • Tin coating and preparation of electronics components and leads
  • Clean excess solder from component leads
Types of Soldering Pots 
  • Digital
  • Analog
Key Features of Soldering Pots to Consider
  • Different heating programs for optimum temperature settings for various materials
  • Ceramic heating element
  • Digital temperature display
  • Easy pot replacement
  • Convenient timer for monitoring use and making it easy to judge when to replace the pot
  • Digital display reads ºC or ºF
  • Analog functionality
  • Accommodates two pot sizes
  • Lead-Free compatible
  • Solder temperature remains high even during continuous operation
  • Solder overflow prevention rim provides greater safety and efficiency
  • Waste collector around the overflow rim helps keep the work area clean
This video demonstrates the Hakko FX301-12 Soldering Pot. It features a ceramic heating element, multiple temperature settings, digital temperature display, and more. It is just one of the soldering pots available.

Soldering Stands

Soldering Stands hold many different types of soldering irons. They make soldering and desoldering easier. For instance, they make it easy to change tips when working on different types of components.
 
Some stands offer a sleep function, which reduces oxidation buildup and extends tip life. When the handpiece is not in use, it is put to sleep. Also, some stands hold more than one iron. Soldering stands come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs.
 
Soldering Stand Applications
  • Holds many different types of soldering irons
  • Easily change iron tips
Key Features of Soldering Stands
  • Holds many different types of soldering irons
  • Non-skid base made of temperature resistant material
  • ESD Safe by design
  • Sleep function
  • Two irons can be placed side by side

Static Control

Static Control Equipment protects users and equipment from static charge. Types include anti-static alignment sets, static mats, anti-static (grounding) wrist straps, and anti-static (grounding) foot and heel straps. These items come in a variety of styles and sizes to meet a range of needs.
 
Static Control Applications
  • For protection of sensitive components
  • Avoid high voltage
  • Protect your work station from static discharge
  • Protect ICs and other equipment from static discharges
Types of Static Control
 
Anti-Static Alignment Sets
 
Anti-static alignment sets allow the user to safely handle small, sensitive, and delicate parts without risking a static charge. Different shaped Hex Keys are located on each end.
 
Key Features of Static Control Products
  • Duplex, trimmer and square/hex tool
  • Conductive nylon
Static Mat
 
These ESD static protective mats are built with safety in mind, providing optimum protection for both you and your equipment. A ground strap, complete with a detachable alligator clip head, ensures continuous electrical bleed away from you. They are available in a variety of sizes and thickness.
 
Key Features of Static Mats
  • A one megohm resistor is attached to the middle of the grounding wire for optimum static protection.
  • Dual layer vinyl
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Comes with grounding cord
Anti-Static (Grounding) Wrist Strap
 
Anti-static wrist straps protect ICs and other equipment as well as the user from static discharges. They are easily adjusted around a person's a wrist and attach to any ground surface with an alligator clip.
 
Key Features of Anti-Static (Grounding) Wrist Strap
  • Adjustable
  • Easy and comfortable to use
  • Convenient lengths
Foot and Heel Grounding Strap
 
The foot strap provides ESD protection without worrying about intrusive cables. It comfortably wraps around a person's heel and is used with a static protective mat. 
  • Easy and comfortable to use
  • Convenient lengths
  • Made from a blend of polyester and conductive materials

Tips for Soldering Irons

Soldering Tips transfer the heat to the connection point. They are essential to the soldering process and come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs. It is important to maintain and replace tips when needed to ensure efficiency. Therefore, it is a good idea to purchase spare tips in advance. This will save you time and money in the long run.
 
Types of Tips
 
Soldering tips come in a variety of sizes and styles to meet a range of needs.
  • Standard Gun Tip
  • Screwdriver Tip
  • Chisel Tip
  • Conical. Series and long
  • Hot Knife Tip
  • Reach Threaded Tiplet
  • Threadless Desoldering Tiplet
  • Reach EPH Micropoint Tip
  • Single Flat Tip
  • Sloped
  • Bent Chisel
  • Reach Round LT Series Tip. Bent round, long round
  • Blade Tip
  • Cone Shaped
  • Bevel tip
  • Micro tip
  • Thermal Tweezers
  • Needle Tip
  • Desoldering Tweezers
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