You must have gotten so excited about the prospect of using Krazy
glue to solder with that you missed the most important part of that
post…the glue is only used to hold things in position so you can
fixture them for soldering. This means that you must use Place-it, or
wire, or some other means of holding the parts together after the
glue burns. And, make sure that you have adequate ventilation when
you use this technique…not that you wouldn’t have good ventilation
in your soldering area already.
The glue becomes carbon after it is burned, and helps to keep the
joint oxide free. Use the glue sparingly…don’t slop glue all over
the joint hoping to make it solder better.
If you’re having trouble holding parts together while you’re trying
to bind them with wire for soldering, glue them first, then bind
them. If you have to line up several heads on the top of a ring, glue
them first, then fixture them. Put the ends on your bracelet, exactly
where you want them, then glue them in place so they won’t move while
you tie them down or hold them with Place-it.