Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 04 15:48:25 EST 2011 | ngineer
I would like to get some parts for my Quad IVc, but it seems the prices of feeder bases / feeders / vib feeders are more than the machine cost me, so I was wondering if anyone on here had extra or spare parts that they would like to part with. I'm g
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 17:42:17 EDT 2008 | gregoryyork
use solder with tin phos additive and throw the spud and tea strainer away
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 21 13:53:36 EDT 2008 | ccouture
Could you elaborate a bit? What is tin phos additive?
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 30 07:52:39 EDT 2008 | ccouture
Thank you Dave and BLT, very informative replies.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 22:59:00 EST 1999 | jackie hsieh
dear all: we use the HCFC,manufactored by 3M,for the ultrasonic stencil cleaner.but it's too expensive to us. I think is it possible to use no-volatility liquid for the ultrasonic stencil cleaner? or other solvent? thank for your help jackie hsieh
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 13 10:54:51 EDT 2008 | allwave
Where did you get the gadget? at JC penney?...seriuosly, with this economy it is worthy trying...How long have you been using it for? Regards, George
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 13 11:27:51 EDT 2008 | dwelch123
For 15 years I have used a similar method, only I used two bread pans. You can fit alot more solder in them. In one pan I drilled holes very similar to the photo in one pan and used a reclaiming agent such as Kleenox to prep it a bit. Then used the o
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 13 15:12:31 EDT 2008 | wavemasterlarry
The guys at Honda on the east coast use a potatoe rub. They rub the pot be for solder isadded. Clainm they can reduce drosses that way. Funny how spuds and solder are so close to each other on The Forum here. Prolly explain why they let potatoe f
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 07:16:41 EDT 2008 | ccouture
I got this thing at a major grocery store called Loblaws. So far I've used it only to test it, and compare it to our $20,000+ solder recovery machine. I just hope my boss doesn't find out about this.
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 07:22:05 EDT 2008 | ccouture
I use this directly in the solder pot inside the wave machine. It is small enough to float at the surface of the solder, yet by loading it it act as a sieve and retains the dross while most of the solder pass trough, allowing me to clean the whole po