I’m trying to learn to solder and man the beginning feels very difficult!
I tried to attach my stepper motor wires to a Arduino Easy Driver and of course I ended up bridging two solder points together with one big lump of tin. I tried to scrape it off and try again. But the job is so darn accurate, and it looks pretty awful…
Can you tell from the attached picture if this solder is ruined? If it is, what should I do next?
Is it bad if the tin is touching two separate “metal lines” that run on the circuit board? Will it ruin the functionality of the board? If that’s the case, then it makes the allowed area of tin in the solder so microscopic that I really don’t understand how to do it.