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EBSO SPA250/400

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 25 01:42:02 EDT 2017 | bukas

hi everyone, i'm looking for someone to fabricate new or sell used wetted nozzles for Ebso SPA 250/400 soldering machine.

Selective Wave soldering machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 15 18:10:53 EDT 2009 | glennandrew

We have recently acquired a Pillarhouse Jade machine which has changeover pots from Pb Free to Pb and the bath it small so changeover heatup is fast . Although it's runtime is slow it seems to run the product well.We are also running an Ebso 400 but

EBSO SPA250/400

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 31 17:37:09 EDT 2017 | cotinc01

Please email me at sales@cotinc.com with your requirements. We manufacture several types of selective solder nozzles for other machine types and would like to see if we can assist you with your request.

Solder bath temperature

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 23 08:06:52 EST 2017 | bukas

i have an issue with solder bath temperature. there is a big difference in temperature of alloy in the middle of the bath and at the ends(about 35C). i took down heating elements for inspection and they look fine. its just that most of the heat is cr

Cleaning a Used (Preowned) Selective Solder Machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 02 16:47:03 EDT 2015 | curiousman

Hi all, My company recently purchased a preowned EBSO SPA 400-F, and I am trying to get it up and running. Still need to get a few other parts like a nozzle and nitrogen generator, but in the meantime I was looking to clean out the residues and oxid

Selective Solder Pot Leaded - Next Steps?

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 21 15:28:14 EDT 2016 | curiousman

My company bought a used EBSO SPA 400-F selective solder machine at an auction. At the time we bought it we were not sure what kind of solder it was. So we had the solder sent in and analyzed, and it was leaded instead of lead-free. What options do I

Selective solder N2 consumption

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 24 23:44:08 EDT 2020 | kylehunter

Hey all, We recently purchased a second hand EBSO SPA-400 selective. Other than the normal pain of a used machine, everything seems to run OK. We ran some preliminary tests, with really bad results. There were tons of shorts and icicles. The only noz

SMT line expansion - new oven and selective solder

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 22 11:37:00 EST 2020 | kylehunter

Hey all, I've made a post in the past about us expanding to a new space, but I wanted to do a new post with specific questions. We currently have a DEK 265, Phillips Opal Xii, and a Heller 1500. Our main reason for expanding is to have a lead-free

Lead Protrusion

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 22 22:44:34 EDT 2004 | davef

We agree with Paul. If you prepare the components differently, so that they snap into place, you do not need to trim after wave. Most rotary trimmers put a HUGE amount of stress on solder connections, potentially cracking the connections. Some of


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