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13 Mar 2012

ramsay writes:

Sorry for the lack of photos in this article, but we didn’t think about it being worth reporting until after it had all happened. Infact, we were concerned about retaining any evidence of the events. Inspired by the many toaster-oven reflow projects floating around the Internet, we set out to acquire the power to solder all those tiny SMD components ourselves. Toaster ovens aren’t that common in the UK and we were aiming for the lowest cost possible, so we hit ebay in search of a bargain. A very cheap Black and Decker Toast-R-Oven was on offer. The description was “only used a few times”, and the grainy photos showed an indeterminate “foreign” plug with an adaptor. Now, we aren’t generally in the habit of assuming that “some bloke on ebay” must know what he’s doing with electricals, but with the auction starting at £5 (and not going up a huge amount from there by the end) it seemed like a good idea.

Engineering of a reflow oven controller - [Link]

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