Desoldering Gun Basics in ONE Minute

What are desoldering gun basics and how is it used? Quick look at a cheap version found on Amazon here:
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These electric vacuum solder suckers work well and have heat-resistant glass, for solder collection. They also have easy disassembly for easy cleaning
The desoldering tool includes soldering iron and desoldering vacuum pump, suitable for double-sided and multilayer circuit boards. With the rapid heating function, the solder suck can be heated up to 350°c in just 1 minute. Besides, stable working temperature and the instantaneous temperature function are provided. so there is no problems with continuous use.
Stay tuned for the next video showing a full review and how to desolder with the 993A desoldering tool.
I didnt think I really needed a desoldering gun but it has found a place on my bench for my electronics projects.

Here is the forum thread for discussing this desolder gun
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7 thoughts on “Desoldering Gun Basics in ONE Minute

  • March 11, 2021 at 2:42 pm

    I almost pulled the trigger on one of these last week. It sounds like you like it so maybe I will get one. They have the smaller ones that are around $60 but only 220 volt.

  • March 11, 2021 at 2:42 pm

    I put a collection of randomly intertwined springs inside the plastic tube ahead of the filter to prolong the life of the filter by catching any solder blobs headed toward it while not obstructing airflow.

  • March 11, 2021 at 2:42 pm

    I'm in no way more than an occasional tinkerer but I have a YiHua 948 and after moving from a solder sucker I would not go back. It's not perfect for every job, some solder joints seem to need too much heat to work on tiny stuff but older boards with bigger blobs and stuff I've done myself then needed to remove the component again it works really well. I look forward to seeing any tricks I may not have worked out for myself yet.


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