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Re: Wave Solder Optimizer vs. WaveRIDER

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 08 10:00:26 EST 1999 | Chrys

Has anyone done head-to-head comparison between these two? If so, what were pro's and cons of each? Which choice, if any, was made? We here are looking into implementing an SPC program for Wave Solder. The tool would be used once or twice,

Re: Waverider

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 07 20:59:08 EDT 2000 | Dave F

John: I agree give me something that is maintainable and repeatable, rather than this thing. Chrys wrote about the Optimizer in the archives. I think she like the Malcom Dip Tester and a piece of glass better than either one.

Wavesoldering capability study

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 05 10:11:19 EDT 2007 | ck_the_flip

The variables to study: * Dwell Time * Contact Length * Conveyor Speed * Parallelism * Top-side Substrate Temperature Before wave * Solder Pot temperature All of these variables are inter-related (ie changing one variable will affect another)

Re: Wetting Balance Equipment

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 11 17:33:01 EST 1999 | Scott

Kester is no longer in the equipment business. Robotic Process Systems (the orginal maker) is now selling and servicing the Micro wetting balances, Steam agers, and dip and look testers

Re: Wave Rider

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 04 11:32:59 EST 1999 | Chrys

Anyone have any experience with ECD's Waverider/MOLE profiling equipment? If so, were they positive experiences? I use ECD's mole for profiling in the wave and a KIC for profiling in reflow. I like the KIC a whole lot better for a couple of re

SPC for Wave solder (defects on PCB's)

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 15 13:44:34 EST 2006 | samir

Bingo! In my career, I've used Wave Solder optimizer and the WaveRIDER. Pro's and Con's to both. I did a GR&R on both as well, and WaveRIDER came out on top. The main challenge is to get the operators to use it. I've found that the operators wer

Re: Solderability Test Kit

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 23 22:20:51 EST 2000 | Dave F

Chris: I'm unsure about the kits you seek. Solderability of: * Components: J-STD-002, Dip And Look Method. Malcom Instruments makes a very nice tester. * Boards: IPC TM-650 2.4.12A Solderability, Edge Dip Method Good luck Dave F

MOLE's Oven rider

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 04 22:59:23 EST 1999 | Kris Ewen

I'd like to add something about the ECD product. During a past work term (I'm a a co-op student) in an SMA plant, I worked extensively with the Super MOLE Gold in developing the reflow profiles for high-mix, low-volume production. I was 'married' t

SMT COMPONENTS TESTING

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 11 08:27:35 EST 2006 | davef

MSK As GS told you in an earlier posting, J-STD-002 and IEC 68-2-69 describe methods and equipment for component solderability testing. Go get a copy of either one. The primary component solderability test methods are: * Dip and look method * Wett

How to calculate the ROI

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 26 12:39:08 EDT 2001 | danial

Our mother company shipped to us a lot of old datecode material and upon running them in the line we experienced non-wetting condition, esplly on the 0402 ( not tombstone ) We have run a dip-and-look test but I guess the method is very subjective as

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