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  1. What is ESD, and How Can you Prevent it?

    What is ESD, and How Can you Prevent it?     What is ESD? The short answer is electrostatic discharge, but why is this important and what can you do to prevent it? ESD, otherwise known as electrostatic discharge, is the transfer of an electric charge that takes place when two objects that have been charged with different electric potentials or have different electric Read more...
  2. NEW - HAKKO FX-1003 Micro Tweezers

    NEW - HAKKO FX-1003 Micro Tweezers     Introducing the New HAKKO FX-1003 Micro Tweezers. The New Micro Tweezers are equipped with 4 levels of tip alignment adjustments and offers precision rework of components as small as 01005 (0402mm).               The New HAKKO T38 Read more...
  3. The Growth of Micro Soldering

    The Growth of Micro Soldering When you look around at the electronic devices available today, including smartphones, wireless earbuds, smartwatches and fitness trackers, and the many small sensors you find in countless other products, you see that electronics are getting smaller and more complex. It wasn’t very long ago that most components were installed on a circuit Read more...
  4. American Hakko Introduces a Collection of New Content Brands

    American Hakko Introduces a Collection of New Content Brands Introducing a collection of intuitive content that brings you closer to all the action with our Eye on Hakko, Hakko Fights, Hakko Tips, and Hakko Donates series. Join our Hakko Tips E-Newsletter as we cover new products, tips, and industry wide information, involving you in the process as much as possible. Eye on Hakko takes you on a journey Read more...
  5. Soldering with Induction Heating

    Soldering with Induction Heating Technology is constantly changing and always evolving, and for soldering this brings us to induction heating. Induction heating is one of the most powerful and efficient methods of generating high temperatures, and that’s why for this Hakko Tips we’re talking all about Induction. Induction heating uses high frequency Read more...
  6. Common Error Codes and Their Meanings

    Common Error Codes and Their Meanings At American Hakko Products, our products have been designed to have the ability to sense specific errors and display corresponding error codes with them. In today's HAKKO TIPS issue, we will be taking a look at the common error codes, and the meanings behind them. Below you will find a list of common error codes and their meanings.  Read more...
  7. NEW - HAKKO B5286 Soldering Iron Cap Kit

    NEW - HAKKO B5286 Soldering Iron Cap Kit Introducing the new HAKKO B5286 Soldering Iron Cap kit. This protective cap for the HAKKO FX-600 and FX-601 Soldering Irons can be easily attached to your existing iron. Once installed, you simply unscrew the cap to expose the soldering iron tip for use. When you are finished soldering, unplug the soldering iron and screw the cap back on. The heat Read more...
  8. What to Look for in the Right Tip Cleaner

    What to Look for in the Right Tip Cleaner Regularly cleaning your tips and nozzles is a crucial part of tip maintenance, but how do you make sure you’re cleaning them the right way? First off let’s answer the question as to why it’s important to clean and maintain your tips. Overtime from being regularly used the tips begin to oxidize and become covered in excess Read more...
  9. Helpful Tips on Maintaining Your Soldering Tips and Nozzles

    Helpful Tips on Maintaining Your Soldering Tips and Nozzles Like anything else in life, maintenance and care will lead to longevity, and soldering tips are no exception. Here are a few helpful tips on maintaining the life of your soldering tips and desoldering nozzles. Tips and nozzles will eventually go out over time, but proper tip maintenance will help maximize their life expectancy. What Read more...
  10. NEW - The HAKKO FT-720 Tip Cleaner

    NEW - The HAKKO FT-720 Tip Cleaner The New HAKKO FT-720 Tip Cleaner is equipped with sensor-activated cleaning brushes that automatically turn on upon inserting the soldering iron tip, which shortens the time to clean a tip is less than 1 second. Standard fluoroplastic brushes introduce minimum temperature drop to the tip so you can get back to your work instantly. Other brush types Read more...

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