[Noisebridge-announce] Learn Surface Mount Soldering Monday Oct 22nd at Noisebridge‏

Mitch Altman maltman23 at hotmail.com
Mon Oct 15 19:02:34 UTC 2012


Wanna learn how to do Surface Mount soldering?
Sparkfun is coming to Noisebridge next week, Monday, 22-October, to teach you!
Everyone can make a surface mount version of Sparkfun's Simon Says kit. 
What: Learn Surface Mount Soldering Workshop
When: Monday, 22-October, 6:45pm to 9:45pm
Where: Noisebridge, 2169 Mission St., San Francisco, 94114 (at 18th St., near 16th St. BART station).   MapWho: Anyone with some soldering experience, ages 15 on up.
Cost: Instruction is free!
          $20 for the surface mount version of the Sparkfun Simon kit (that's a 20% discount from their normal cost of $25 on their website).
Max #: 25 participants -- This workshop will fill up, so please come early!
Instructor: Jeff Branson of Sparkfun
 
Description
This workshop is Sparkfun's very popular course that teaches SMD soldering to anyone who thinks they can't possibly solder those little pins. This will be a hands-on workshop where the students learn techniques to help them solder surface mount components. There is a minimum age requirement of 15 years old, and it is highly recommended that you have a strong background in soldering, as basic soldering skills will not be covered. It is also highly recommended that you be comfortable with soldering, although you don't need to be an expert.
 
Prerequisites
Though Hole Soldering (Intro to Soldering) or equivalent (which you can get any Monday night at Noisebridge's Circuit Hacking Monday -- feel free to come to the one tonight, starting at 7pm!). This SMD workshop also requires participants have the physical dexterity to hold a soldering iron (equivalent of a heavy pencil) and solder (thin wire) steady with both hands and tweezers.
 
 
Mitch.
 		 	   		  
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