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  • How to Eliminate Static Electricity?

    e always keep ignoring static electricity. Eliminating static electricity in your house, clothes and even your shoes is very easy. Just follow the tips mentioned below. [View Details]
  • How is Static Electricity Generated?

    The main causes of static electricity are: Contact and Separation between two materials (including friction, travelling over rollers etc) Rapid heat change (e.g. material going through an oven) High energy radiation, UV, x-ray, intense electric fields (not very common in industry) Cutting action (e.g a slitter or sheet cutter) Induction (standing in the electric field generated by a static charge) [View Details]
  • Special Discount for some stock products

    Becase of Brand change ,special discount offered for HS BRAND soldering station and rework station in stock [View Details]
  • High-power soldering station

    The application of High-power soldering station [View Details]
  • How to Use a Video Microscope?

    The video microscope is a relatively new addition to the microscope family. By displaying images on a video screen rather than restricting the view to the eyepiece of the microscope, video microscopes have a distinct advantage over traditional models. The video screen allows many people to view images from the microscope at the same time, which is perfect for classroom instruction. It also eliminates the need to hunch over an eyepiece for hours on end, which is easier on the user. It's time for you to learn how to use a video microscope. [View Details]
  • BGA / LGA Rework Process

    The following describes the general BGA rework process covering the development and criteria for establishing profiles for BGA removal and replacement. The materials required for such an operation are outlined below [View Details]
  • How to solder?

    Soldering is defined as "the joining of metals by a fusion of alloys which have relatively low melting points". In other words, you use a metal that has a low melting point to adhere the surfaces to be soldered together. Consider that soldering is more like gluing with molten metal, unlike welding where the base metals are actually melted and combined. Soldering is also a must have skill for all sorts of electrical and electronics work. It is also a skill that must be taught correctly and developed with practice. [View Details]
  • What is a Video Microscope?

    A video microscope is a microscope which generates a live video feed of the object being viewed. There are a number of uses for video microscopes, and a range of styles are available from models designed for use by hobbyists to high tech versions used in scientific laboratories and centre. [View Details]
  • Lead Free Rework

    Successful rework and PCB assembly methods have been developed with lead-free solders for all types of components. During the transition period to lead-free manufacturing rework practices have to be developed that deal with the issues related to handling, reworking, tracking and inspecting lead free PCB assemblies. [View Details]
  • Soldering Iron &Tip Care

    Most iron tips today are a copper core surrounded by iron, hence the term 'iron clad' that is then nickel or chrome plated. Because solder won't stick to nickel or chrome the plating on the chisel end of the tip is removed to expose the iron cladding. Solder does stick to iron. To keep the tip from rusting you must keep it coated with a layer of tin, hence the term tinning and why solders used in stained glass are a mixture of tin and other metals. It will ensure that you are receiving the maximum heat at the tip surface. You will extend the life and improve the performance of your soldering iron and tips by following a few simple guidelines: [View Details]

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