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Have a look at the following methods to make programming jig for the ESP.

  • There are bare NodeMCU boards (i.e. without ESP8266 module pre-soldered) available on sites like eBay & AliExpress.

    If you really want to go ahead with the de-solder method, try using solder paste and cover all the pins of esp8266 module with it and then use a heat gun for reflow. (this may get a little messy)

  • If you really want to go ahead with the de-solder method, try using solder paste and cover all the pins of esp8266 module with it and then use a heat gun. (this may get a little messy)

    There are bare NodeMCU boards (i.e. without ESP8266 module pre-soldered) available on sites like eBay & AliExpress.

  • Try searching online this term "esp8266 pogo pin", you will find many videos on YouTube and articles on sites like Instructables & Hackaday.

    Try searching online this term "esp8266 pogo pin", you will find many videos on YouTube and articles on sites like Instructables & Hackaday.

I myself am working on a programming jig for esp8266 and bought this bare NodeMCU for the same. I got inspiration for the jig from this video.

BTW, it seems like you have already broken quite a few NodeMCU boards.

Have a look at the following methods to make programming jig for the ESP.

  • There are bare NodeMCU boards (i.e. without ESP8266 module pre-soldered) available on sites like eBay & AliExpress.
  • If you really want to go ahead with the de-solder method, try using solder paste and cover all the pins of esp8266 module with it and then use a heat gun. (this may get a little messy)
  • Try searching online this term "esp8266 pogo pin", you will find many videos on YouTube and articles on sites like Instructables & Hackaday.

I myself am working on a programming jig for esp8266 and bought this bare NodeMCU for the same. I got inspiration for the jig from this video.

BTW, it seems like you have already broken quite a few NodeMCU boards.

Have a look at the following methods to make programming jig for the ESP.

  • If you really want to go ahead with the de-solder method, try using solder paste and cover all the pins of esp8266 module with it and then use a heat gun for reflow. (this may get a little messy)

  • There are bare NodeMCU boards (i.e. without ESP8266 module pre-soldered) available on sites like eBay & AliExpress.

  • Try searching online this term "esp8266 pogo pin", you will find many videos on YouTube and articles on sites like Instructables & Hackaday.

I myself am working on a programming jig for esp8266 and bought this bare NodeMCU for the same. I got inspiration for the jig from this video.

BTW, it seems like you have already broken quite a few NodeMCU boards.

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Have a look at the following methods to make programming jig for the ESP.

  • There are bare NodeMCU boards (i.e. without ESP8266 module pre-soldered) available on sites like eBay & AliExpress.
  • Try searching online this term "esp8266 pogo pin", you will find many videos on YouTube and articles on sites like Instructables & Hackaday.
  • If you really want to go ahead with the de-solder method, try using solder paste and cover all the pins of esp8266 module with it and then use a heat gun. (this may get a little messy)
  • Try searching online this term "esp8266 pogo pin", you will find many videos on YouTube and articles on sites like Instructables & Hackaday.

I myself am working on a programming jig for esp8266 and bought this bare NodeMCU for the same. I got inspiration for the jig from this video.

BTW, it seems like you have already broken quite a few NodeMCU boards.

Have a look at the following methods to make programming jig for the ESP.

  • There are bare NodeMCU boards (i.e. without ESP8266 module pre-soldered) available on sites like eBay & AliExpress.
  • Try searching online this term "esp8266 pogo pin", you will find many videos on YouTube and articles on sites like Instructables & Hackaday.
  • If you really want to go ahead with the de-solder method, try using solder paste and cover all the pins of esp8266 module with it and then use a heat gun. (this may get a little messy)

I myself am working on a programming jig for esp8266 and bought this bare NodeMCU for the same. I got inspiration for the jig from this video.

BTW, it seems like you have already broken quite a few NodeMCU boards.

Have a look at the following methods to make programming jig for the ESP.

  • There are bare NodeMCU boards (i.e. without ESP8266 module pre-soldered) available on sites like eBay & AliExpress.
  • If you really want to go ahead with the de-solder method, try using solder paste and cover all the pins of esp8266 module with it and then use a heat gun. (this may get a little messy)
  • Try searching online this term "esp8266 pogo pin", you will find many videos on YouTube and articles on sites like Instructables & Hackaday.

I myself am working on a programming jig for esp8266 and bought this bare NodeMCU for the same. I got inspiration for the jig from this video.

BTW, it seems like you have already broken quite a few NodeMCU boards.

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Have a look at the following methods to make programming jig for the ESP.

  • There are bare NodeMCU boards (i.e. without ESP8266 module pre-soldered) available on sites like eBay & AliExpress.
  • Try searching online this term "esp8266 pogo pin", you will find many videos on YouTube and articles on sites like Instructables & Hackaday.
  • If you really want to go ahead with the de-solder method, try using solder paste and cover all the pins of esp8266 module with it and then use a heat gun. (this may get a little messy)

I myself am working on a programming jig for esp8266 and bought this bare NodeMCU for the same. I got inspiration for the jig from this video.

BTW, it seems like you have already broken quite a few NodeMCU boards.