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STORY 5: "Soldering must be fun"

Hikaru's diary on learning to solderHikaru's diary on learning to solder

STORY 5: Soldering must be fun

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Hikaru

Hello.

Mr. Fusamura

Hi, Come in.

Hikaru

Mr. Fusamura, would you show me your electronic handicraft kit now?

Mr. Fusamura

Hikaru, you are very excited about this, aren't you?

Hikaru

Of course. Look, I've carried my favorite tool "HAKKO DASH" with me.

Mr. Fusamura

I would like you to use my soldering iron "HAKKO RED".

Hikaru

No, thank you. I prefer my DASH iron. Mr. Fusamura, let's start soldering now.

Mr. Fusamura

OK. Just a moment. Now where did I put it? It must be around here somewhere.
I found it. Here you are.

Hikaru

What is it?

Mr. Fusamura

"Dice".

Electronic Dice Kit Seven LEDs flash like points of dice.
Electronic "Dice" Kit
Seven LEDs flash like points of dice.
Hikaru

"Dice". Is this dice?

Mr. Fusamura

Yes. If it is shaken, the LEDs flash for a while and then stop suddenly. When the flashing stops, the LEDs look like points of dice. It can also make a sound.

Hikaru

It seems somewhat difficult.

Printed circuit board
Printed circuit board
Mr. Fusamura

Such an electronic handicraft kit comes with a printed circuit board. So, it can be easily assembled by inserting components and soldering them.

Hikaru

Really? Well, I'll try to make it using my favorite "HAKKO DASH" right away. Oops, I forgot I must ensure ventilation before I start soldering. Then, I put inflammable objects aside and read through the instruction manual.