Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 23 10:48:44 EDT 2006 | Rob
Hi Paul, Can't find any info on Cobalt 995,but we do have experience of 99/0.7/0.3 +0.02% Cobalt wire - flows better than any leadfree wire we've come across & the cobalt is supposed to improve tip life. Bit smokey though, but with extraction that'
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 23 09:02:17 EDT 2006 | paulinct
Glad to hear it is running good for you. I have my new wave solder machine in house.(hooking it up next week). I am debating between Sn100 and Cobalt 995 (metallic resources). Does anybody have an experience with the Cobalt. Or a reason not to go wit
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 26 15:38:27 EDT 2009 | davef
We believe that some suppliers replace nickel with cobalt in SN100 to product a shinier, less grainy, more attractive lead-free solder connection. SN100E sales-types like the idea that it is available in paste, bar stock, and other forms; as compare
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 04 08:28:20 EDT 2006 | Rob
Hi Joe, Try: S03X7C-56M from koki - http://www.ko-ki.co.jp which has cobalt in it to extend tip life or: SN100C from Nihon Superior, which is a nickel stabilised alloy that also extends tip life. The Koki solder flows better that any other leadfr
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 17 07:19:33 EDT 2006 | paulinct
I am also getting ready to order solder for my new wave. Based on what I have read (here and other places) people prefer Sn100c for the wave. I have yet to hear of someone using Sn100c and switching to SACx. I am using SAC305 for reflow and I am tryi
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 19 15:14:57 EDT 2006 | email@example.com
We have SnCuCo (Cobalt 995) solder from MRI in our solder pot. I'm not the wave master here, but I believe our wave master is pretty satisfied with it. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll forward your email address from there to him.