Why the Weller Soldering Gun is the Best
Weller is known as the best in soldering guns and the 9400 model is awesome. This gun features three LED lights for better views of your soldering projects. It cuts in less than 6 seconds and comes with three tips. Perhaps the best part—it comes with a 7-year warranty. It’s lightweight at 3 pounds and there’s a hex wrench stored on the grip to make changing tips easier.
Weller Soldering Gun: How it Works
The dual watt gun will deliver 140 watts with the trigger halfway pulled and 100 watts when it’s pulled entirely. It’s great for heavy duty projects and as well as smaller projects like hobby models, small appliances, small engine repairs, crafts, audio systems, electrical, marine, jewelry, and automotive.
This gun is not recommended for micro-components, electronic kits, low voltage wiring, PCBs, radio-controlled devices, or indoor lighting.
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- Use a sharp No. 2 or No. 4 'skip tooth' blade (about $24).
- Change blades when the sawn 'paper edge' appears slightly ragged.
- Select a medium or high speed and feed the work at a slow rate, pressing the wood firmly on the table as you saw.
- When choosing photos to sculpt, look for clearly outlined subjects so it's easy to follow the cutting line. Hair or clothing that blends into the background is difficult to cut.