I bought it for soldering for sheet metal, stainless steel, tin and tin. The use is completely no problem. A stable amount of heat can be secured. The problem is the ironing table. I use the iron table of about 30 W, but it can not be put on the table for a long time because it becomes too hot. I need a ironing table for 100 W class, but I can not find a good one. . .
Up to the 200 W type, it may be solid, but in the 300 W type the structure of the heater part is flexible, it will bend easily when force is applied from the side. Is it to prevent the transmission of heat, is it something that can not be made more robust?