This is a DIY soldering Station to use anywhere.
I modifyed it a little from my very first version but this version is not on thingiverse!
You need Buegel.stl for both versions, i choosed 4 M3 Screws but this was too much...
You need 4x M2,5 then it fits perfectly.
Gehaeuse_v1.stl is for a 6s2p with many space for your electronic parts.
Gehaeuse_v2.stl is for a 6s1p with space for your electronic parts.
Deckel_v1 is my first version with 4 holders for T12 irons but i can´t use 4 because there ist the 24V plug into the quicko... so i made v2
Deckel_v2 is the new version with only 2 T12 iron holders.
When you put the parts together use 6x 3,5x16/19mm.
A Screw with M5x20 and a washer is to fix the solder.
The switch has about 20mm in the front.
For the Quicko T12-942 you need a little peace of foam on the ground, then the quicko fits perfectly. I used a white 1cm thick foam and marked it black in the front with a Edding.
Pushed it down and fixed it with the Buegel.stl.
More about the electronic you can find in the austrian Forum cnc-aus-holz.at
Have fun with your new mobile soldering station.
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