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Micro soldering involves connecting wires or components to each other with an alloy made from tin and copper. A metal alloy, with a melting point or melting range below 840°F (450°C), is melted to join metallic surfaces. By joining two surfaces with this alloy, it conducts electricity and allows current to flow from one component to another.
When the components and IC's get to a smaller size where a smaller soldering tip is needed, a microscope is needed to facilitate the repair.
While the term micro soldering is a bit broad, anything that needs to be repaired and soldered under a microscope would be considered "micro soldering."
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