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1998\11\28@131555 by dparker

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There was an old thread about using a toaster oven for SMD soldering.
Of course I didn't save it and now this is of interest to me.  Could
the  original (or otherwise knowledgeable) poster please repeat the
recipe.  I belive using a heat gun was also mentioned.  TIA

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1998\11\29@222936 by Peter Homann

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It was probably me. I've built a surface mount oven out of a fan forced
toaster oven. It need to be fan forced to reduce any temperature hot spots.

I built a PIC16F84 controller for it. In fact I entered it into the Circuit
Cellar Design 98 competition. Unfortunately it didn't win as I really could
have used the HP mixed digital/ analog scope. Although it did get a mention.
I'm planning to publish on the circuit cellar site when I get time. I can
email the abstract of the project if you are interested.

Bye for now.

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There was an old thread about using a toaster oven for SMD soldering.
Of course I didn't save it and now this is of interest to me.  Could
the  original (or otherwise knowledgeable) poster please repeat the
recipe.  I belive using a heat gun was also mentioned.  TIA

1998\11\29@223939 by Gabriel Gonzalez

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I am interested.

Calvin

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Homann <.....peterhKILLspamspam.....ADACEL.COM.AU>
To: EraseMEPICLISTspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTMITVMA.MIT.EDU <PICLISTspamspam_OUTMITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Date: Sunday, November 29, 1998 8:28 PM
Subject: Re: smd component soldering


>It was probably me. I've built a surface mount oven out of a fan forced
>toaster oven. It need to be fan forced to reduce any temperature hot spots.
>
>I built a PIC16F84 controller for it. In fact I entered it into the Circuit
>Cellar Design 98 competition. Unfortunately it didn't win as I really could
>have used the HP mixed digital/ analog scope. Although it did get a
mention.
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