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Can you give us some more info?
·         What temp have you got the iron set at?
·         What solder are you using?
·         What flux are you using?
·         What size tip is that?
I have never seen solder wire turn into paste before. That tip looks way too small to attempt any soldering work on a MAC besides running small jumper wires. If you are trying to tin pads I would suggest using a BC2 tip.
Besides skill there are also other factors that come into play which you need to be aware of.
You could start by researching ground plains and what effect they have on microsoldering.
 I have a spare station like yours and with the proper tip I have no worries tinning pads. You need to learn why your solder is acting this way; I think you know the answer as you mentioned what you have to do to get it to flow.
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+You will not be able to tin pads with that iron tip and as Dan suggested get some decent solder. If you need to get into tight places on a mac or Phone you will probably need micro tweezers as they can produce enough heat.
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+If you are serious about board repair you might have to upgrade your equipment but with the right accessories for your current station it should be adequate for learning. If you are looking to upgrade I recommend the Hakko FM-203 as this allows for the mini hot tweezers as well as your iron.

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编辑: Chris Stables ,

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Can you give us some more info?
·         What temp have you got the iron set at?
·         What solder are you using?
·         What flux are you using?
·         What size tip is that?
I have never seen solder wire turn into paste before. That tip looks way too small to attempt any soldering work on a MAC besides running small jumper wires. If you are trying to tin pads I would suggest using a BC2 tip.
Besides skill there are also other factors that come into play which you need to be aware of.
You could start by researching ground plains and what effect they have on microsoldering.
 I have a spare station like yours and with the proper tip I have no worries tinning pads. You need to learn why your solder is acting this way; I think you know the answer as you mentioned what you have to do to get it to flow.
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编辑: Chris Stables ,

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Can you give us some more info?
·         What temp have you got the iron set at?
·         What solder are you using?
·         What flux are you using?
·         What size tip is that?
-I have never seen solder wire turn into paste before. That tip looks way too small to attempt any soldering work on a MAC besides running small jumper wires. If you are trying to tin pads I would suggest using a BC2 tip. Besides skill there are also other factors that come into play which you need to be aware of.
+I have never seen solder wire turn into paste before. That tip looks way too small to attempt any soldering work on a MAC besides running small jumper wires. If you are trying to tin pads I would suggest using a BC2 tip.
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+Besides skill there are also other factors that come into play which you need to be aware of.
You could start by researching ground plains and what effect they have on microsoldering.
 I have a spare station like yours and with the proper tip I have no worries tinning pads. You need to learn why your solder is acting this way; I think you know the answer as you mentioned what you have to do to get it to flow.

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原帖由: Chris Stables ,

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Can you give us some more info?

·         What temp have you got the iron set at?

·         What solder are you using?

·         What flux are you using?

·         What size tip is that?

I have never seen solder wire turn into paste before. That tip looks way too small to attempt any soldering work on a MAC besides running small jumper wires. If you are trying to tin pads I would suggest using a BC2 tip. Besides skill there are also other factors that come into play which you need to be aware of.

You could start by researching ground plains and what effect they have on microsoldering.

 I have a spare station like yours and with the proper tip I have no worries tinning pads. You need to learn why your solder is acting this way; I think you know the answer as you mentioned what you have to do to get it to flow.

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