The Basic Soldering Guide by Alan Winstanley (Online Editor, Everyday Practical Electronics Magazine) is the #1 resource to learn all the basic aspects of electronics soldering by hand. With over 80 clear colour photos, this class-leading reference assumes no prior knowledge and explains the correct choice of soldering irons and tips, lead and lead-free solder, rosin fluxes and tools. How to solder and desolder circuit boards, electronic components, wires and terminals are then explained in a clear, friendly and non-technical fashion that shows you everything you need to know, so you'll be soldering successfully in next to no time!
Also ideal for those approaching electronics from other industries, or maybe tackling a soldering task on a home-made project, electronics kit, remote control car, quadcopter, electric guitar or audio equipment, Arduino or Pi project for the first time, Alan Winstanley's Basic Soldering Guide is the best resource of its type, and thanks to its colour photography and crystal clear text, the art of soldering can now be learned by everyone!
Now also available in a full colour paperback handbook edition that’s perfect for education, training and hobbyist use, the Basic Soldering Guide is an indispensable guide distilled from the author’s 40 years' of practical hands-on experience in electronics and will be an invaluable guide for anyone wanting to master the skills of electronics soldering for themselves. Why not check the free Kindle preview to see more, then choose the Kindle or paperback version of the Basic Soldering Guide to suit your needs.
Alan Winstanley is a popular UK freelance writer in technology and the Internet and has been involved with hobby electronics for more than 40 years. He fulfills the role of Online Editor of the UK's EPE (Everyday Practical Electronics) Magazine and he has written electronics tutorials and magazine features since the 1970s.