Inspired by this hack, I decided to make my own version with the intent of making it more stable. Buy 2 cheap Chinese USB soldering irons, add a 3D-print and some tie-raps and you have solder tweezers that normally costs hundreds of Euro’s.
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I like your 3D print and would like to apply your idea to assembling my SMD solder tweezers. I have already ordered my pair of solder pens off Ebay.
Unfortunately, I do not have access to a 3D printer and wanted to know if you could do a 3D print for me, and provide me a quote for the print including shipping to Cockburn, WA 6164, Australia.
Sure, sorry for the late reply! But if this is still relevant I’d advise to order with shapeways or i.materialise 🙂