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What can be used instead of solder?


  1. What can be used instead of solder?
  2. Can you use glue instead of soldering iron?
  3. Can you use superglue to fix wires?
  4. Can I use super glue on a motherboard?
  5. Can you use glue to solder?
  6. How do I attach a wire without soldering?
  7. What can I use if I don't have a soldering iron?
  8. Can I use super glue on a PCB?
  9. Can you use super glue on computer parts?
  10. Can I use super glue on motherboard?
  11. Is Gorilla glue Super Glue conductive?
  12. Can I use aluminum foil to solder?
  13. How do you solder without a soldering machine?
  14. How do you stick wire without soldering?
  15. What happens if you put super glue on circuit board?
  16. What glue is conductive?
  17. Will Super glue hurt a motherboard?
  18. Will Super glue ruin a motherboard?
  19. Can I use electric tape instead of solder?
  20. Can I substitute flux?

What can be used instead of solder?

Steel wire, screwdrivers, nails, and Alan wrenches are all potential tools for your emergency soldering.

Can you use glue instead of soldering iron?

No, you can't. A hot melt glue gun does not get as hot as a soldering iron, and the highest temperature is inside the chamber, not at the tip. Soldering requires transferring a lot of heat from the iron tip to heat up both the wire, the lug it is being soldered to, and also the solder.

Can you use superglue to fix wires?

Cyanoacrylate only works well in close contact—it doesn't fill gaps well. So you'll probably get a better bond between thick wires than thin wires, since the area of close contact will be larger.

Can I use super glue on a motherboard?

No, the only issue is if it blocked screw holes or something. Not the best of ideas though as you may break the board trying to remove it. A desktop build without a case would be preferable until you get some screws.

Can you use glue to solder?

The MesoGlue Silver looks and acts like regular silver solder and you can even use the glue to attach chips to heatsinks permanently without thermal paste, a boon for high-performance computing folks. It's a really cool technology that may change the way we make electronics.

How do I attach a wire without soldering?

1:495:02How to fix a broken wire without soldering - YouTubeYouTube

What can I use if I don't have a soldering iron?

0:052:40Soldering Without A Soldering Iron - YouTubeYouTube

Can I use super glue on a PCB?

Superglue for both construction and repair on a PCB works very well. The only problem is if soldering next to it the smoke is really nasty. Probably quite toxic. So keep the hot iron away from the superglue.

Can you use super glue on computer parts?

NEVER EVER EVER use super glue in your computer. (Unless of course you have the brush-on stuff and you take your time and you cover everything that you don't want glue on with a piece of paper or something.

Can I use super glue on motherboard?

No, the only issue is if it blocked screw holes or something. Not the best of ideas though as you may break the board trying to remove it. A desktop build without a case would be preferable until you get some screws.

Is Gorilla glue Super Glue conductive?

No, it is a epoxy glue and once cured/hardened it like a non conductive plastic. There are no metallic fillers in this material.

Can I use aluminum foil to solder?

0:144:57How to solder copper wire to aluminum foil - YouTubeYouTube

How do you solder without a soldering machine?

0:583:25Soldering Without Electricity - YouTubeYouTube

How do you stick wire without soldering?

What you need: a roll of electrical tape and two wires whose ends have been twisted together. First, lay the twisted part of the wires onto a strip of electrical tape. Wrap the tape around the wires tightly 5-6 times, making sure to cover up all the wire. Give your connection a tug to make sure it is strong.

What happens if you put super glue on circuit board?

Superglue for both construction and repair on a PCB works very well. The only problem is if soldering next to it the smoke is really nasty. Probably quite toxic. So keep the hot iron away from the superglue.

What glue is conductive?

8330 is a 2-part epoxy electrically conductive glue. It is smooth, non-sagging, thixotropic, and bonds well to a wide variety of substrates. This silver conductive glue allows for quick cold-soldering repairs.

Will Super glue hurt a motherboard?

No, the only issue is if it blocked screw holes or something. Not the best of ideas though as you may break the board trying to remove it. A desktop build without a case would be preferable until you get some screws.

Will Super glue ruin a motherboard?

Motherboards and superglue are not designed to go together and removing one often damages the other. If you are willing to risk the permanent damage that can occur, you can attempt to remove the glue following the steps below.

Can I use electric tape instead of solder?

Therefore, no, electrical tape is not a substitute for soldering.

Can I substitute flux?

A: The classical fluxes were wood rosin and acid solutions - both intended to protect even etch the top surface when it gets hot and is likely to oxidize. Instead, you can place a puddle of solder on one (horizontal) surface, and with a pen knife blade, scratch the metal under the blob.



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