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Re: Selective soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 28 10:22:29 EDT 1999 | John Susicki

What selective soldering products should I use for a low production rate, high-mix product line? I am looking to get rid of some hand soldering. I have seen exselect (selective soldering pot method), pillarhouse (small flow solder nozzle with robot

Re: Air-Vac stuff

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 19 22:59:48 EDT 1999 | Jeff Ferry

I'm trying a second time to post this very important message, to me, concerning Air-Vac's following creation. Does any own and use this stuff successfully to remove solder from 20 layer and up MLB's with .020" diameter holes? Also, is any of the ad

Re: Air-Vac stuff

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 19 23:56:49 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

I'm trying a second time to post this very important message, to me, concerning Air-Vac's following creation. Does any own and use this stuff successfully to remove solder from 20 layer and up MLB's with .020" diameter holes? Also, is any of the

Re: Air-Vac stuff

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 20 09:33:51 EDT 1999 | Don Morgenstern

Earl & Jeff Our machine is different than the Electrovert Solder Pak in that it is does not behave like a "volcano". Jeff, please contact me if you have safety concerns as perhaps you also want to consider our equipment. I'm trying a second ti

Re: Wave Dross Reduction & Klennox

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 28 13:20:45 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

What approach do you you use to reducing wave solder dross? What is your experience with Klennox? Dave F Dave, I use Kleenox on my Air-Vac Volcanic Soldering pots. The stuff works great. It significantly reduces the amount of dross you remove

Through-hole/SM mix

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 16 09:08:34 EDT 2001 | davef

Adding to Mike's comments. There are two types of selective wave soldering machines. * Chimney type, like the AirVac and Wenesco that Mike used. They use a boot to funnel the solder to the component to be soldered. * Programmable head type [ie, ERS

BGA rework systems

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 22 12:34:14 EST 2002 | timreisenleiter

I am in the process of sourcing and ordering a BGA rework station. I only have exprerience with the OK-Industries (Now Metcal) BGA-3500 BGA rework system. Any experience/input on other comparable systems would be much appreciated (Pace TF3000, Air-

Air-Vac DRS24

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 09 07:42:52 EDT 2004 | C Lampron

Michael, We have a DRS-24 and are very happy with it. Look at the wobble in the nose cone that holds the nozzles and make sure it does not move. This will degrade your placement acuracy. The machine is very process oriented meaning that you can not

Rework and repair system suggestions

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 28 09:30:07 EST 2005 | reash

Well the powers that be actually want to go with a regular rework station, for future growth. I guess they plan on using BGAs sometime in the near future. We're also planning on using a D-Pak device in this first board. So now we're looking at the

Need a table top mini wave

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 24 18:29:36 EST 2005 | SuePH

Thanks for the reply, Russ. I looked at the Air-Vac web site. I am looking for something that is a lot more basic than their machine. I had seen a small table top wave machine at a customers shop a few years ago. It had a pump and different si


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