Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 06 20:06:33 EDT 1998 | Steve Gregory
Hey there ya'll!! I just started a new job with a contract assembly company out here in Sunnyvale, California, and we're just starting up later this month. I was wondering if anybody out here in the San Fransisco Bay Area as well, has any excess
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 24 12:24:43 EDT 2013 | stiger
My company uses a SAC387 ribbon for stamping solder onto connectors before shipping to a customer. This stamping process creates a lot of SAC387 excess that we send off to be recycled at a very low price. This excess would be great for wave soldering
Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 13:56:14 EDT 2000 | Mark Charlton
Does anyone know a formula for determining my "Excess Capacity"? I know my machine's up AND down time, the effective placement rate, and my idle time. If my manager asks me what out "excess capacity" is, how do I use my "knowns" and calculate an ac
Electronics Forum | Wed May 02 13:59:20 EDT 2001 | kt
Can anyone tell me what they think is the main cause of excessive solder at the end of the lead after wave. These are not solder peaks as if the leads were cold. It is a well wetted ball of solder on end of the lead. Also, some times you see excessiv
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 30 09:59:10 EDT 2004 | Steve
Excessive Time above Liquidus will cause a solder joint to become extremely brittle. Any shock or stress to the joint can lead to a failure.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 17 03:07:17 EST 2005 | Chua
Hi, We are running lead free at wave solder now and the spray flux system is down. If we are going to able the flux manually, what problem will we be facing with the excess flux able. Appreciate for the advise.