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I just purchased a resistance solder that was used in the jewerly business. The machine just uses a arm and a giant coil spring to vary the voltage (110) is it possible to step down the voltage (saftey) and get the same results?
And any good designs for a resistance solder handpiece outthere?
-- richard (email@example.com), June 26, 2001
a 110V uninsulated machine like that is a death trap. DON'T use it. Resistance soldering is usually done at low voltage.
check your email. I've send you a PDF with instructions on how to build a safe one.
-- George Schreyer (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 07, 2001.