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facing cold joint problem

Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 18 10:13:59 EST 2004 | davef

Materials added to solder can change its appearance. For instance: * Gold in tin/lead solder is dull / grainy * Palladium in tin/lead solder is dull / grainy We do NOT advocate using visual appearance to define the appearance of a good and a bad so

facing cold joint problem

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 19 14:54:38 EST 2004 | cyber_wolf

How did you come to the conclusion that you are having a cold joint problem. Just by appearance ? As Dave stated if you have any of the metals that he listed in the joints they will appear to be dull and grainy sometimes. But... Dave, I will have t

cold solder after drop test

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 07 07:16:25 EST 2004 | davef

Cold solder prior to properly performing a well designed drop test. Actually, "cold solder" means different things to different people. Two dull solder connection conditions are: * "Disturbed" solder joint: a solder joint that has an "angular face

LQFP128 doesn't work when cold

Electronics Forum | Wed May 31 13:23:48 EDT 2006 | slthomas

You don't say anything about the appearance of the solder joints themselves. That would go a long ways towards identifying and possibly resolving your issues. Heating and cooling could affect performance if you have a/some cracked or otherwise loose

cold joint on 1 lead of IC

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 08 08:15:28 EST 2007 | tjcrume

I have received 10 customer returns for a cold solder joint on 1 lead of a 36 pin IC. Everytime it is on the #18 pin. The process is reflow and I can't figure out why the one leg is cold and the other legs look OK.

cold joint on 1 lead of IC

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 12 10:02:18 EST 2007 | rgduval

A little late to the party here, sorry... Has the joint been verified as a cold solder joint? That is, visually confirmed that it looks like cold solder, and, perhaps, xrayed to confirm the solder status? X-raying may sound a bit extreme, but you'

BGA Rework affected by cold weather?

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 04 10:59:02 EST 2014 | rrosera

HI, I work for a company in New England and recently had a unusually large number of boards fail after replacing a BGA on them. We use a AirVac DRS25 to remove and replace the BGA witch uses local forced hot air. We usually have at least a 90% s

Does pot temperature affects quality of the solder joints?

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 24 02:04:50 EST 2017 | soldertraining

Selective Soldering Frames can pull large amounts of heat from the solder wave at the point of contact, effectively lowering the temperature of the solder at the solder joint. You should confirm the temperature of the solder joints by running a therm


Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 24 09:42:23 EDT 2005 | james

That is what I was looking for. The profiles did not make much sense to me. We are getting alot of cold solder joints or bumpy solder joints.


Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 01 10:27:08 EST 2010 | wrongway

I don't think I would reduce the heat at all if there is no vibration in your oven or on the chain you should have no problem with them falling off or moving but you sure don't want a cold solder joint you no the solder joints are so easy to see go

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