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Recently I bought what I believed was a genuine Hakko soldering station from ebay but I discovered quickly that the hakkko soldering stations iron 907 was a fake (letters came off). That’s why we decided to review one of the best rated soldering station coming from Aoyue’s production line – Aoyue 937 + Digital Soldering Station. I’m kicking around the idea of getting a soldering station.
Never heard a bad word about the hakko stations, Seems to be the best station under $100. I also I agree with what you are saying about soldering stations in general.
The best soldering station for the money depends on what type of work you’ll be doing. But, I was forced to use a Weller hakkko soldering station at work for a while. More expensive than a new Weller or Hakko but a much better tool.
The WD1002 sure looks pretty, but it lacks the refinement found in all of the Hakko soldering stations.
Early in in my electronics experience I use to buy the el-cheapo Radio Shack soldering irons. I do have enough experience with both Hakko and Weller high-end soldering stations to form a reasonable and rational opinion.
But having been forced to give up my hakkko soldering tips FM203 for a Weller 1002 soldering station was not a pleasurable experience for me. And compatible with hakko 936 tips, which can be found easily and cheap on ebay. A b Hakko (manufacturer) page on selection of soldering tip.
Although it’s got a number of great features and it’s probably very nice to use, that’s not a tronex station I could ever afford to buy for just my hobby. A number of the less expensive Chinese clones of the original Hakko 900-series soldering stations are also quite satisfactory. People will say that Weller produces the best soldering stations out there.
Quakko 936 ” look alike to the authentic Hakko 936. I ave a Hakko 936 which I’ve had for a least 10 years.
If you are not soldering professionally, the Maplin soldering stations do offer very good ” bang for the buck “.
If soldering on boards then you need a station to control temps.
It sounds like that it’s compatible with Hakko 936 tips. I went ahead and picked up a Hakko 936 because Fry’s had them on sale and I needed to get something quickly. I’ve been using irons and pencils add guns for soldering for 35 years and never knew what I was missing by not having a soldering station.
The Hakko FX888D is an ESD-safe digital soldering station with selectable preset temperatures and digital calibration. The Hakko FX-888D is an and adjustable temperature control soldering station with a digital display and a temperature range of 120 to 899° Fahrenheit.
I ordered my Hakko FX-931 soldering station from Techni-tool, along with a good assortment of tips, for the same cost that Hakko sells them – and it was no more difficult then ordering stuff from Digi-Key, Mouser or Circuit Specialist, and just as fast on delivery. But that bias is based on my experience with the WD1002 soldering station. You can get replacement tips on ebay by searching for hakko 936.
A soldering iron is a hand tool used in soldering It supplies heat to melt solder so that it can flow into the joint between two workpieces.