Soldering Tips & Cartridges

C210 Customized Soldering Tip Replacement Multifunctional Welding Iron

C245 Customized Replacement Soldering Cartridge Iron Tip for Soldering Rework

C115 Customized Multi-Type Soldering Iron Cartridge for Electronics

C115 Soldering Iron Tip for Precision Soldering Rework of Mobile Phone and Electronic Repair

C210 Replacement Soldering Iron Tip For Micro Soldering SMD Rework

C245 High Level Nano Lead Free Soldering Iron Tip for JBC Iron Head Replacement
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Soldering Iron Tips

Have you just bought a soldering iron for some DIY projects but are confused about choosing between a chisel or a conical tip? Soldering is the process through which two or more objects are joined together by melting a non-ferrous metal, called a filler, into the joint. This is done using a soldering iron. The tip of the soldering iron is made of a copper core plated with iron. It is removable and reusable.


JBC solder iron tips are an common tool for electronics enthusiast. They are designed to provide a precise and controlled heat transfer when soldering components together. The same as JBC soldering tips, AiXun solder iron tips are made from high-grade copper and feature a unique design that ensures a secure and reliable connection. The tips are available in a variety of sizes and shapes, allowing you to choose the right one for your needs.


soldering tips types

1. Conical or B-series Tips

2. Chisel or D-series Tips

3. Knife or K-series Tips

4. Bevel or C-series Tips

5. Needle or I-series Tips

6. Specialized Tips


Soldering tips for beginners

  • Use a good soldering iron, preferably a cordless one, or a temperature-controlled soldering station
  • Don't move the joint while its cooling and don't blow on it to cool it off
  • Practice on scrap before starting your project
  • 60/40 solder is recommended for beginners
  • Avoid using too much pressure as it may damage the tip or the board.
  • Apply the iron to the joint first and then the solder to the lead and allow it to spread, and watch out for dripping solder
  • Don't put too much solder on – "the bigger the blob, the better the job" is not true here
  • Tin your wires by placing a small amount of solder to the iron and then wiping it off first, then solder the connection
  • Turn off your soldering station or iron when you are not using it


Soldering processing steps

Basic steps for manual soldering:

Confirm whether the circuit iron is at the allowable temperature. Only by choosing the proper contact position between the soldering iron tip and the solder joint can a good solder joint be obtained.


1. Prepare for welding:  Keep the tip of the soldering iron clean, free of oxides such as welding slag, and a layer of solder is plated on the surface.

2. Heating the soldering components: Heats the entire for about 1-2 seconds. Pay attention to make the tip of the soldering iron touch the pad and the lead of the component at the same time.

3. Feed the soldering wire: When the soldering surface of the components is heated to a certain temperature, the solder wire contacts the component from the opposite side of the soldering iron. Note: Do not send solder wire to the tip of the soldering iron.

4. Remove the solder wire: When the solder wire melts a certain amount, immediately remove the solder wire to the upper left direction of 45 degrees.

5. Remove the soldering iron: After the solder infiltrates the soldering pad and the soldering part of the component, move the soldering iron away from the upper right direction by 45 degrees to end the soldering


Best soldering iron tips

Every time this question is always be asked. Discover fans favorite AiXun soldering tips here.



For Micro Soldering SMD Rework: C210 Replacement Soldering Iron Tip

AiXun self R&D C210 soldering iron tip adopted high temp overshoot prevention and low temp soldering technology, which ensure the high efficiency during soldering. It is the best replacement tip


For JBC Iron Head Replacement: C245 High Level Nano Lead Free Soldering Iron Tip

AiXun C245 nano soldering iron tip is an accessory for soldering station. It can be applied to various scenes, such as glue removing, solder pad cleaning, wire jump soldering, soldering in tiny space, tin planting, pin revise, tin bridge revise, etc.  It’s recommended by repair engineers


Universal Version Lead Free: 936 Silver Soldering Iron Head Replacement Tools

AiXun 936 general version soldering tip is dedicated to mobile phone maintenance. It includes three types of tips: tip S,K and I, which can easily meet various needs of different soldering joints.


Do I need flux to solder?

To obtain the best results, always use extra solder paste flux. Solder wire usually has flux in its core, but most still apply additional flux. Whatever the flux core is in your solder, make sure you use the same kind of flux as the core.

When joining two metals in a soldering process, like used in PCB assembly, flux is required to achieve a true metallurgic bond. That ensures the solder joint doesn’t crack or come loose even with the day-to-day wear-and-tear.




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