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Hi
I am looking for a wave shield similar to the one sold by Adafruit for my Arduino Uno. But the shield requires assembly. I have no experience with soldering. Can someone recommend a shop from where I can get a fully assembled wave shield that works reliably?

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they are really about as simple as they come to assemble.. all through hole components..

where do you live?

buy one.. ship it here.. I'll solder it for you.. (you pay shipping to you of course)..

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Honestly, if you follow the instructions, the Adafruit wave shield is very easy to assemble.
One could even go so far as to say that its an ideal beginners project!
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Sorry for the noobish post but my knowledge is 10 years out of date!

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I'd agree..

I actually just assembled another one yesterday..  (our local makerspace order a few)

and it literally only takes about 15-20 min. for full assembly..

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