We’re back to talk about another interesting project that can be done with our soldering irons. If you missed them, go back and check out our other posts, Soldering Stained Glass and Soldering Jewelry Using a Butane Soldering Iron Torch.
Pyrography, the art of decorating wood or other materials with burn marks, is a creative and engaging craft. While traditional pyrography tools are designed specifically for this purpose, you might be surprised to learn that a soldering iron can also serve as an excellent tool for pyrography. Our new Model 8000 Power Pro Advanced Cordless Soldering Iron Kit is the perfect tool to have in your tool box, garage, or to keep handy for fun projects such as this.
Why Use a Soldering Iron for Pyrography?
Soldering irons are readily available and can be an excellent choice for beginners or those who want to explore pyrography without investing in specialized tools. Here are a few reasons why a soldering iron might be the right choice for you:
Affordability: Soldering irons are relatively inexpensive and can be found at hardware stores or online. This makes them a cost-effective option for those just starting with pyrography.
Versatility: Soldering irons often come with a variety of interchangeable tips, which can be adapted for different pyrography effects, allowing you to experiment with various designs.
Precise Control: Soldering irons offer precise temperature control, allowing you to create intricate details and shading in your pyrography work.
- Cordless, Rechargeable Power Pro Advanced Soldering Iron
- Charging station with removable cord
- LiFePO4 Battery
- High Efficiency Fine Tip – Model #7545-100
- High Efficiency Chisel Tip – Model #7577-100
This iron fully recharges in 3-3.5 hours, does 200 solder joints per charge, and has an upgraded LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) battery. This battery not only has a longer lifespan than the Ni-Cd, but it is also environmentally friendly!