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Daniel that is a great goal, but do not forget that you need to learn to walk before you  learn to run. Start of by learning to solder through the hole components then move forward one step at a time. Get as many old circuit boards as you can scrounge.  Get used to which flux to use and which solder works best for which job. As for tools, you need to be comfortable with them. It is not about what anybody else uses, its about what will work for you. I'd start by minimizing cost and use an average rework station. You'll be surprised what you learn by using mediocre equipment. Go with el cheapo equipment until you advanced your skills. You'll be surprised what you learn by using mediocre equipment. As your skills advance, advance your tools. I prefer Weller rework stations and a Amscope SE420. Again what works for me may not work for you. the single most important part is practise, practise, practise

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