The Innovation Lab Makerspace is located in the Bannan Center room 223 and offers soldering workshops and individual assistance throughout the year. Soldering equipment may also be checked-out for home use. The Innovation Lab has equipment for all conditions of soldering electronic circuit assemblies.
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Caution, the soldering iron's heating element is commonly above 400°C/700°F and can cause severe burns.
Keep the soldering area clutter-free and away from busy areas where other people may not be aware.
Allow solder joints a minute or so to cool down before touching.
Never leave hot soldering tools unattended.
Paper and other combustible materials should not be place near the soldering tools.
Always solder in well-ventilated areas and use a smoke absorber.
Place the smoke absorber as close to your project as possible so that fumes are pulled away and filtrated.
Open a window to allow better ventilation.
Wear eye protection. Labs and makerspaces are provided with eye protection glasses.
Always wash your hands with soap and water after soldering.
Be careful of what you do, work with caution. Don't use the soldering tool if you are not concentrating on your work.
Report any damage or issues with tools immediately - firstname.lastname@example.org.
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