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Wire to board soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 20:55:18 EDT 2006 | Thanagon

Try to dip that wire with flux before insert to PCB. IT's will come better .

Wire to board soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 07:51:21 EDT 2006 | Chunks

What is your process? Wave solder, hand solder, pin in paste?

Wire to board soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 21 12:23:26 EDT 2006 | mumtaz

Agreed! More soldering irons will provide the solder joint yoiu need.

Wire to board soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 21 13:23:45 EDT 2006 | russ

You may want to pre tin wires then dip into flux before soldering Does work!

Wire to board soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 00:31:18 EDT 2006 | Frank

I, too, would bend it 90-degrees prior to assembly and I would also put on a little spring loaded, removable, heat sink on to the wire to stop the heat transfer up the wire. After the wire is soldered, then remove the heat sink. Try the one from Ra

Re: What's a good sub for 1,1,1-trichloroethylene

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 13:15:51 EDT 1999 | jseagle

I guess I wasn't too specific. We currently use 1,1,1 for spot cleaning and minimal rework of PCBs. If there is a lot of rework on a PCB we will use water soluble flux and wash it. This may turn out to be our only alternative, but I hate washing a

Wire to board soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 08:45:55 EDT 2006 | dougs

Hi All, We have a board that's going through our process at the moment, it's 1.6mm thick and has 4 wires soldered into it, these are 10SWG multi stranded wires, i'm finding that it's difficult to get the holes filled with solder as it travels up

Wire to board soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 08:30:31 EDT 2006 | dougs

It's hand solder, the wires are free issued, what i'm finding is that if we keep the heat and push enough solder into the joint that the component side wets there is that much solder moved up the wire that it goes solid. this is no good as the custo

Wire to board soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 21:30:05 EDT 2006 | davef

The minimum vertical hole fill is defined as follows: Class 1: Not specified, with a 270-degree circumferential fillet and wetting on the secondary (solder source side) of lead and barrel, and a 75% coverage of the land area on the secondary side. Cl

Wire to board soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 10:29:14 EDT 2006 | Chunks

I was afraid so. Hand soldering wires in general is not difficult, but with your constraint of the space restriction it does make fairly hard to do. I am assuming you have a 2 sided board and stranded copper wire. So once solder starts to flow, th

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