Tips on how to start with microsoldering
I am looking forward to learn microsoldering as I already have some experience with replacing iPhone parts and that would give me completely new opportunities. First of all, I know this isn't a thing you can master within a day or something but I'm really willing to learn it and prepared to spend weeks and months doing so.
Equipment-wise there are some sites on the internet that offer guides on which equipment is the best and what to pay attention to, so that's not the problem. But to practice the skill I really don't want to use intact logic boards as I'm sure I will burn a few at the beginning. So I would like to know if you can tell me if there is a good source to get damaged logic boards from? On eBay for example I didn't find much and the one I found also was kind of expensive (25€).
And the second question would be, if I work with damaged logic boards, how do I see if I'm doing the right thing? I mean I wouldn't recognize if I'm damaging it even more as it was already damaged before... Or are you able to see from the outside if you damaged the logic board, like obvious burned IC's or something?
Thanks in advance!
Is this a good question?