How to Solder Wires Together (Best tips and tricks)



Learn How to Solder Correctly. In this video I show you the tools, tips, tricks, and techniques to properly solder, from what type of solder and flux you should use to how to splice the wires together for a strong soldered joint. I show you how to strip the wires, add heat shrink, splice the wires, solder, and melt the heat shrink to make a perfect soldered connection!

Tools:
Solder:
Rosin Flux:
Soldering Gun:
Soldering Iron:
Wire Strippers:
Automatic Strippers:
Silicone Paste:
Helping Hands:
Heat Shrink Kit:
Butane Torch Tip:
Heat Gun:

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  • щас бы попаять без пояльника

    Кокос Кокосович 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Thank you for the video. Now this helps me do some electrical stuff.

    Emmanuel Dipom 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • What about connecting the wire to a electric motor? I’m doing a project and need a bit of help

    Random Creator 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Copper wire tips for soldering gun?

    Jessi Verg 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Idk why but I watch this video at least once a day

    Logan Kirkland 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Amazing for me. So far i was failed to solder wire. The solder wire not melting or turn ball but not stick into wire. I hope i can do solder after watch this video.thanks

    Edwin Ubod 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Your video has guided me to my very first soldering project. I know this video is old but thank you for the knowledge

    Olawz 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • 0:50 jesus. Id be tempted to buy a 2nd battery for that many lights.

    Dave Crupel 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • now squeeze down on the "strippers" 6:25

    Quinn Balfour 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • When this Corona virus thing over I'll buy most of these items to solder my headset when it stops working thank you "LIKED"

    ImpulseTT7 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • I just need to solder some wires on my headphones..

    Doki Doki 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • I watch these even tho I know all this, what is happening in this quarntrine

    Mickey Minaj 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • When purchasing a soldering device BUY QUALITY. There are soldering kits that are cheap junk. I purchased one from Amazon (made in China, of course); the soldering iron would not get hot enough.

    Daryl Griffin 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Everything you said is correct.

    Erick’s Gaming 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • i just loved it man. thx chris!

    Ruan Rocha Speed Channel 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • So helpful! Thanks!

    zannex 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • 0:34 I dont think that's legal lol

    Riku Korhonen 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • excellent. very concise.

    Patrick O'Brien 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • 'Soddering'….basically, is Buggery.
    Now….'SOLD – ering' is something completely different! 😉

    theymusthatetesla 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • I'm only 15 and watching these tutorial vids make me realise how sketchy I do things compared to him lol

    Bradley Pumba 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Frustrating as I can't get this to work. I got the cables twisted with flux. Melt the solder on the iron but it keeps rolling off the copper wire and will not attach. I just have little balls of solder. Any ideas where I am going wrong?

    Mark Reed 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • I feel confident

    Jose Herrera 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • I’m Exit 1 on the NJ turnpike. This is just a guess from some of the words I heard but How about you brother? LOL

    William Hess 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Hey Cris I learned so much from you bro keep it up

    jaid vill 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • DUDE! The 12 gauge wire replacement for the soldering gun tip is worth the price of admission. I'm just starting an electronic installation on my car, so I wanted to review my soldering ability. You made a TOTALLY complete video of the best possible quality. I've been in film & video for over 40 years, and except for no scantily-clad babe, I consider your video perfect. The closeup videography was exceptional, the background was dark and or out of focus which leaves an uncluttered shot. We see what we need, and it imprints better on our minds because you aren't wasting brain space on that plastic kid's toy in the background, the dirty garage, or your neighbor setting fire to the yard trying out his new smoker.

    The narration is concise, enthusiastic and that encourages us to feel good by doing an excellent job as you do. Also, the sound level is very consistent, even though it took you hours and hours to cover all the shots you needed. Son, you were hitting on all 8 cylinders.

    Way to go, Dude. If every YouTube video was even HALF as good as your's we'd be able to learn 10 times as much and in less time. THANK YOU!!!

    Don Cely 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • I didnt realize I had been cold soldering all these years, great video. I don’t have those helping hands I wonder what I could use instead.

    Thomas Flint 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • This is actually really useful and thank you so much, I’ve seen so many people doing the cold solder method and I believed that was actually how you do it, and after watching this video I realized that the best solution was actually so obvious and I never even realized it

    Rochie Roche 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • 3 years later… And still trending. Thanks for the video

    WeAreWatching Yu 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Chris you are the best. Very well and clearly explained steps and equipment needed. I was doing few things wrong when soldering but now thanks to your video i have learned how to do it properly. You earned my subscription. Thank you

    aynjel011 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • CORRECTION, THE ACID EATS THE WIRE NOT THE INSULATION. TO PROVE THIS, TRY A PIECE OF INSULATION IN BATTERY ACID.

    David Hayden 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • I love your videos bro!!!

    robert dunn 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Way to go, ChrisFix!

    nod bod 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • You're AWESOME

    Karelle 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • I think you have your soldering steps backwards. You should strip, splice, solder, then cuss up a storm because you forgot the heat shrink and you have to do it all over again. Kinda like forgetting the hose clamps when doing radiator hoses. Not that I've ever done this…

    Good Really 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply
  • Google wago 221. Best connector by far y'all

    Tipene Tipene 04/15/2020 2:31 am Reply

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