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Old 11-25-2010, 02:03 PM   #1
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I have the following problem. I hope you can help me please.

I just purchased the LRP Solder Station. Anybody can give me some advice to begin using it?

What temperature is advisable to weld the motor and ESC?

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Provided you are using the 5mm tip on motors etc I use 400degC for motors.

Should only take a couple of seconds for a motor wire (quick enough for you to hold the wire with your hand, if you're burning yourself you've had it on too long).

Typically use 350degC with the 1.2mm tip for smaller jobs.

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