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To join copper wires or pipes to each other.

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Which material is used of soldering wire?

copper


What tools do you need for soldering?

a good soldering iron and solder. if you are soldering wire splices I recommend using shrink tube too


What are the advantages of soldering?

Soldering can be used to make a reliable connection between two pieces of copper wire that is less likely to develop a fault than other ways of making the connection.


Explain how to apply tinning technique in soldering?

Strip the wire to desired length. Then hold the wire horizontally and hold the soldering iron underneath the stripped part while holding the solder on the top of the wire. When the wire gets hot enough it will suck the solder into the wire


What does a wire splice mean?

A wire splice is a specific type of connection between two wires that does not involve soldering.


What is soldering iron and how do you use it?

Soldering iron is used in heating the metal for soldering. If you want to learn more about soldering iron visit en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soldering_iron.


What kind of tools are included in a soldering iron kit?

A soldering iron kit includes a soldering iron, a soldering iron stand, a sponge, diagonal cutters, long nose pliers as well as wire strippers. This example aplies only to sets for beginners.


What is hook up wire?

Hook-up wire is small-to-medium gauge, solid or stranded, insulated wire, used for making internal connections inside electrical or electronic devices. It is often tin-plated to facilitate soldering.


Can you melt a copper wire with a soldering iron?

Yes you can, but you need the right amount of wattage.


How do you fix a broken wire?

The repair of a broken wire will depend on where the break is. If the wire cannot be replaced then it will have to be spliced together, preferably by soldering. The wire joint then needs to be sealed with a waterproof coating.


What is the purpose of electronics in a soldering exercises?

It's the other way round, soldering is used in electronics.


How do you reattached wire to rear defroster on 2000 expedition?

Use a soldering iron and solder it back on.

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