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First he took out a soldering iron and some plumbing solder, and then small oil lamp, which gave out, when lit in a corner of the tomb, gas which burned at a fierce heat with a blue flame, then his operating knives, which he placed to hand, and last a round wooden stake, some two and a half or three inches thick and about three feet long.
The repairers were asked to fix a range of items including a tree lopper, a Marconi transistor radio which used to pick up Radio Luxembourg back in its heyday, a legless table, a number of steam irons, a hand drill, a soldering iron, items which needed stitching and jewellery.
To get started you need a wood burner or soldering iron, tip or tips of your liking, and some material to practice on.
The competition was fierce as 48 competitors went soldering iron to soldering iron to compete for the coveted hand-soldering competition crown.
I saw Mrs Kilty and then I got the soldering iron from her...
Evident hazards are the heat emitted from the soldering iron, electrical hazards from frayed electrical cords, and the fumes/gases that result from melting the solder.
Soldering iron tip tests done with a low-silver cobalt-containing alloy showed reduced erosion compared to SAC 305.
The BIC lighter will also come in handy as an emergency soldering iron. Bend and shape a piece of medium gauge wire to form a shape similar to the end of a soldering iron, and tape this to the body of the lighter with the shaped wire-end protruding at the top.
The troops were able to recover one hand grenade and IED attack tools such as allinone soldering iron, long nose plier, two toggle switches, soldering lead, pieces of diodes and electric wires.
He said the troops recovered from Sampang's hideout a grenade, a soldering iron, a long nose plier, two toggle switches, soldering lead, diodes, wires and other paraphernalia essential in making a bomb.
STIPPLING THE GRIPPING SURFACE OF polymer-framed guns is usually done with a soldering iron, and it is getting more and more accepted and common--not just on competition guns but by the serious "tactical" crowd.