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wave solder machine

Electronics Forum | Tue May 17 10:11:54 EDT 2005 | russ

I would use a foam fluxer since spraying rosin will make the stickiest nastiest mess you can imagine. 18 layer board huh? You will want convection preheat, both top and bottom preheaters, preheat tunnel of at least 4-5', a chip wave, laminar flow w

Electrovert Ultrapak 600C wave solder machine - HELP!?!?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 10 10:48:10 EST 2017 | snevermind

I have a colleague trying to keep a piece of old equipment alive for a little longer. Web searches haven't been very helpful due to the age of the equipment. The latest listing I found was placed in 2013. Does anyone have a machine that could be p

Re: pre-heat settings for wave solder - an answer to Gary's ? - Hi C.K. (Mini K)!

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 23 12:30:24 EDT 2000 | Super K (Evil K)

To answer Gary's question: Gary, you will need a production board, thermal profiler, flux vendors product data sheet on the flux you intend to use, maybe your wave vendor service engineer or wave solder vendor contact (unless you know your wave) and

Re: pre-heat settings for wave solder - an answer to Gary's ? - Hi C.K. (Mini K)!

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 23 12:32:20 EDT 2000 | Super K (Evil K)

To answer Gary's question: Gary, you will need a production board, thermal profiler, flux vendors product data sheet on the flux you intend to use, maybe your wave vendor service engineer or wave solder vendor contact (unless you know your wave) and

Folungwin Wave 43 inch solder pot heater - FL-MD-E-LD-FRG-01

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 13 09:32:56 EST 2016 | mario

Hi everyone, I am looking for a distributor for the Folungwin wave machines, we need to buy solder pot heaters part number FL-MD-E-LD-FRG-01 and our canadian distributor only has a few units to sell and the leadtime seems to be around 4 weeks, meanwh

Re: Selective soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 09 14:01:24 EDT 1998 | Bob Barr

Charles, I am using an Air-Vac PCBRM12 to selectively solder a 96 pin thru-hole connector onto an otherwise all SMT board. Cost is $8.6K plus about $300 per flow well (nozzle.) Went from a 6 minute cycle to hand solder the connector to 15 seconds o

Air Vac Mini Wave Process

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 27 12:27:03 EST 2003 | ksfacinelli

We have an assembly that requires a number of high density connectors to be placed after SMD. The process will not allow a normal wave solder setup due to the population of SMD comps. We cannot use a selective solder pallet due to profiles. We are

Air Vac Mini Wave Process

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 27 14:16:46 EST 2003 | russ

i have done this thousands of times. You are correct about no preheat, however it never seemed to be any issue for us. You do have to make sure that you do not expose any SMT comps. to the solder or they will become heat stressed/fractured. Connec

Through-hole/SM mix

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 15 13:13:17 EDT 2001 | MikeF

Adding to Dave's comments, suppliers of selective soldering machines include Air Vac and Wenesco. I've used both, to solder and de-solder larger thru hole parts, such as connectors and large IC's. They are best suited to lower volume applications, an

Through-hole/SM mix

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 15 13:13:43 EDT 2001 | MikeF

Adding to Dave's comments, suppliers of selective soldering machines include Air Vac and Wenesco. I've used both, to solder and de-solder larger thru hole parts, such as connectors and large IC's. They are best suited to lower volume applications, an

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