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Soldering covers a temperature range of 60 - 445°C. Most solders for electronic and other purposes are an alloy of lead (Pb) and tin (Sn). Some solders also contain Silver (Ag), and others are lead free. The most common solder used for electrical work is a tin/lead alloy.How do you solder a circuit board?
How to solder through-hole components on a PCB starts by placing the part in its hole. Bend the leads of the part so that it stays in its place. Put the tip of the iron on the pad so that it heats both the lead of the part and the pad of the circuit board. Heat them for a second or so before you apply solder.What is a blank circuit board?
A blank circuit board is a board without any contacts or pieces that is used for the creation of printed circuit boards (PCBs). Most blank circuit board units are known as copper -clad, meaning the board is coated in copper, which helps when the PCB has electricity going through it.