Electronics Forum: component placement for wave solder (Page 1 of 19)

Re: pre-heat settings for wave solder

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 22 11:09:11 EDT 2000 | C.K.

TYPE of Preheater makes a HUGE difference, as well. Infrared (IR) and convection, 2 of the most common types of preheaters, have very different heat transfer characteristics..... Convection heats your board more uniformly, so you'll see very small

Safety equipment for servicing solder wave

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 21 14:23:56 EDT 2003 | kenBliss

In order to service your wave solder machine safely, the following needs to be understood. Ladling dross out of the machine and putting it in into a coffee can or similar is not safe and puts operators and other employees at risk. Protecting the se

Wave Soldering for TO39 component

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 08 09:08:32 EDT 2004 | russ

I've never had one "float" in the wave. Have you tried waving yet to see? Anyway, glue would work, or you could place a a small weight on top, or clinch a couple of leads. Russ

Wave Soldering for TO39 component

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 08 02:18:28 EDT 2004 | tayronnie

Hi, I need to keep the gap between the T039 component's flat base and the PCB at

Wave Soldering for TO39 component

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 08 09:51:58 EDT 2004 | davef

Why not cure a few glue dots as your spacer?

Plasma nitride wave solder pot lining for lead-free use

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 13 06:56:27 EST 2005 | adanhn

Hi Steve, What I came up with for our Soltec Sigma 6621 is to make a stainless steel wave solder bath insert.The insert with all its components eg. impeller, Chipwave assy, pump shafts, main wave assy etc. I will send for plasma nitride coating.Afer

Securing components for wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 14 07:47:41 EDT 2004 | pcbrown

I am looking for effective ways to secure through-hole components (non-clinched) to the boards for wave soldering. Can someone share their ideas or methods? We've tried vacuum packing & tacking/masking, but there must be better ways. I'd appreciate a

Securing components for wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 15 07:08:29 EDT 2004 | pcbrown

Basically, it's a tilting problem of certain devices. Usually with axial by-pass caps tilting, which pulls the lead up through it's mounting hole. Other problems with components with leads cut to lenght to eliminate post-wave trimming. All suggestion

design guidelines for wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 03 02:11:35 EST 2008 | andrzej

I am working on instruction for potential customer about PCB design guidelines to make it easy for wave soldering (not selective). I have experience and have already gathered some info but I still need exact information about dimensions and distances

Securing components for wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Sun Jul 18 21:40:47 EDT 2004 | KEN

I walked in on two of our "Veteran" wave operators playing hacky-sac with a wave bag. I guess they don't have enough to do.

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