Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 02 16:01:15 EST 2002 | russ
If you can, attach athermocouple to the locations where you are getting solder balls. A previous product I had showed the same thing and we found that we had inadequate preheat leaving the liquid flux to splatter when it hit the wave. It could aslo
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 16 17:35:43 EST 2002 | davef
Jim Consider issuing a purchase order to your assembler for the purchase of selective wave soldering pallets required to solder your board. That way, you: * Own the pallets. * Can take the pallets with you should you decide that another assembler
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 16 19:05:57 EST 2002 | davidduke
Steve , I agree with all the responses you have received. Randy Villeneuve is absolutly correct in all of his assesments and I would consider him an expert with the process , Gris is correct about adding a "heat sink" to the process complicating pr
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 27 11:23:45 EST 2005 | russ
Well first off I wouldn't evaluate paste for a wave process. I would use solder bar instead. Flux - top side fillets and no shorting on the solder side, does it clean well after processing if using water soluble flux. How wide is the process win
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 06 04:10:25 EDT 2001 | kensmoke
We recently had a multi block panal change at the vendor Now the production lines are producing solderability defects in great number. The makeup of the pcb is a type of fiber glass mask green in color and pads with no tinning just copper lands.
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 03 15:26:07 EST 2002 | GSW
This might be a trival mundane suggestion but try to use non conductive plate to hold components. Probably even made of the pallet material. I am sure your pallet fabricator will have tons of scrap and he can help you find one. T
Electronics Forum | Thu May 29 16:04:08 EDT 2003 | Rick B.
When is the U.S. required to fully implement the use of leadfree solder? European Directive 2002/95/EC is talking about year 2006 restricting the use of certain hazardous materials in electrical and electronic equipment.ie Lead,mercury,cadmium and he