Featured Tool: Honeycomb Soldering Board

By on March 23, 2015
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by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Tool of the Week for March 23, 2015

This week we feature our Honeycomb Soldering Boards and Accessories.

When working with soldering you’ll soon find that a quality soldering board is invaluable. We have many different kinds at JewelryTools.com for you to choose from. Cut and prepare your solder on one of these sturdy boards to protect your work surface.

Today we feature several of our Honeycomb Soldering Boards. First: The Honeycomb Soldering Board.  This board comes in two useful sizes (shown below) as well as a Mini Honeycomb Board with Metal Pins (included).

We also carry several additional styles of Soldering Boards and Firebricks.





Honeycomb Soldering Board Large:

Popular honeycomb design holds pins to keep work in place while soldering. Made of a non-asbestos ceramic, the board is very lightweight and reflects heat. Available in two sizes. Up to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit. 5-1/2″ x 7-3/16″.

Honeycomb Soldering Board Small:

Honeycomb Soldering Board, Small||SOL-430.00

Honeycomb Soldering Board, Small – 3-7/8″ x 5-5/16″

Mini Honeycomb Soldering Board:

Soldering Station Tray:

This soldering station tray designed by internationally-known artist and teacher Lexi Erickson is a great gift idea! Steel construction with a high-quality powder coating. Cleanup is easy with soap and water. These stackable trays are great for the classroom. Dimensions: 22.5″ x 17″.

Turntable with Fire Brick rotates smoothly in either direction allowing for easy access to difficult areas. Made of high quality steel. Dimensions: 9.25″ x 4.75″ x 1.75″.

Turntable with Firebrick||SOL-535.00

To see more Soldering Tools and Accessories – CLICK HERE!

Happy Wrapping!

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