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3D printed case and finishing it off

A project log for Hakko 907 based Soldering Station

A soldering station based on the easy to source Hakko 907 soldering iron, which is a 24V 50W soldering iron with integrated thermistor.

KuroKuro 02/17/2015 at 17:260 Comments

The last project log guys, sorry for the delay.

I've modeled a case and 3D printed it to house the electronics. The case was modeled in OpenSCAD.

Bottom:

Top:

Front:

Back:

Button caps, for the tactile switches:

With everything printed, I went to assembly. It became a real mess of wires. One thing to note is that the center cylinder with the bolt hole was too close to the LCD pins.

I drilled a 5mm hole on both sides of the top part and fitted a M5 threaded rod to fix the rest for the iron.

That's about it. All files are now available. If anyone feels like improving the project, please do it.

Thanks for the ones who followed the (slow) progress of this project and I hope it can be of some use to someone out there.

Files are in the projects main page.

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