I put a WiFi router into a phone charger (Final Post)

Up Until Now

The Build

  1. Solder paste is applied using a solder stencil.
  2. Tweezers are used to place all the parts on the boards.
  3. Boards are heated using a reflow oven or hotplate.
  4. The solder paste reflows in a molten state, creating permanent solder joints.
Compute Boards on the hotplate
Fire Extinguisher not pictured

Final Assembly

Proto 1

What’s next




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