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I saw this on ebay. http://www.ebay.com/itm/HAKKO-936-S...267128?hash=item3cf7abc4b8:g:iLkAAOSwe8FTxPnMDo you have any ideas for a case or something ?? My primary iron is my Hakko 888D and this was more just a side project..
Those are nice and it will only fit the transformer cause my unit is big and has a key pad and led displaying temp.I saw this on ebay. http://www.ebay.com/itm/HAKKO-936-S...267128?hash=item3cf7abc4b8:g:iLkAAOSwe8FTxPnM
I know it's a different shape than yours, and it's pricey, but might accept the innards from your iron. If so, the result would be a pretty high quality tool.
Is it a real hakko or copy ?? I no experience anything like that but I just feel bad that I have a working Hakko 939 with no case ... There was another design that was similar but it was really nice and heat up really quick and not sure the heating time of this design..I have a Hakko 936 that I use quite a lot, so no, I don't really need a new iron. But I have some experience with thermocouples and heat controls and it seems like an interesting project.
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