TINNING BOARDS - WICH PRODUCTS?

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TINNING BOARDS - WICH PRODUCTS?

Post by tokyomatik » Sun Mar 11, 2012 10:34 pm

Hi guys
i'm planning to etch some boards at home, and i would like also to use use a tinning product, to make the soldering process easier.
usually i buy everything from banzai or conrad, that is not far from my place(i'm in berlin).
but i'm not able to find anything on the respective catalogues.
could somebody please indicate me a particular brand, so i can try to ask for that, or, if it's not too much stress, anybody in germany could send me a package? i would pay also for the shipping costs

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Post by decaying.sine » Sun Mar 11, 2012 10:47 pm

Tinnit Bright Tin Plate

MG Chemicals Liquid Tin
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Post by JRock » Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:18 pm

:tu: Liquid Tin.

Does it right, easy, and lasts a long time.

I find the solder sticks best if I hit it with a little Chore-Boy then wipe it clean with Alcohol right before I build it.

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