Joining two or more components using a metal alloy called solder is known as soldering. A Lead and tin alloy is the most commonly used solder type in electronics.
To solder, you will need a few essential tools. The most important tool is a soldering iron, which is used to heat and melt the solder.
Begin by heating the joint with the soldering iron and applying a small amount of solder.
Check to ensure the solder has adequately adhered to the components
clean off any excess flux and solder, Cnd inspect the joint for imperfections.
This guide aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to soldering for beginners, covering all the fundamental aspects of the process.