Soldering made easy thanks to IEEE Concordia’s popular soldering tutorial!
When you want to make a circuit that will last, breadboards are no good—parts can fall out, connections can fail, and high-speed signals get scrambled. Learning to solder will allow you to make solid, professional circuits and fix existing circuit boards in your TV, computer and more!
NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. This workshop caters to students of any level—whether you’re a beginner to electronics or already comfortable designing circuits and making basic PCBs.
To keep things interesting, you’ll get to build a project kit that you can bring home. This Fall: build your own temperature controller unit that you can connect to a fan, AC or other cooling system! Find out more about the kit.
Food and beverages will be provided.
- Saturday, 24 September, 2016, 11AM to 6PM
- IEEE Concordia Lab, B-2014, 2160 Bishop St. [Map]
- $10 at the ECA office (H-838) or the IEEE Lab (see Location above)
Places are limited—make sure to get your ticket ASAP! (It’s worth it, trust us!)