Soldering Station

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What is the Soldering Station?

The soldering stations consists of a soldering iron, extraction, soldering iron cleaner, solder and clamps. It allows hand soldering of electronic components.

Why use the Soldering Station?

The soldering iron is used to assemble electronic components.


Training for the Soldering Station is provided during the Level 03 Safety Induction.


The soldering station is accessible on weekdays between 9:30am - 5:00pm.

To use the soldering station you must complete the following:

The soldering station is available for all students from Architecture, Building and Planning, both undergraduate and postgraduate.

For more information about the Safety Training and Inductions for the Robotics Lab head to the Access page.

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There is no cost associated with using the soldering station. Tools are provided. Students are expected to provide their own solder, wire, heat shrink and other consumables.


What can be soldered with the soldering station?

The soldering station is only able to solder electronic components. It is not suitable for soldering metal pieces (e.g. Brass Rods).

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