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SN100C vs. SAC 305 wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 30 16:50:48 EST 2005 | fctassembly

250 tons/month) and, as it has been stated here, many customers have switched from SAC305 to SN100C but we are not aware of any customer who has switched from SN100C to SAC305. As the inventor of SN100C states, �once a customer touches the SN100C, he

SN100C vs. SAC 305 wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 11 18:44:42 EST 2006 | fctassembly

Hello Greg, Glad to hear your success with the SACX0307 copy. By the way, does the P mean it contains phosphorus? Does yours also contain bismuth like the SACX0307 (according to their plumbing solder patent for X0307)? In response to your discussion

Lead-Free Wave Defects

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 08 03:44:28 EST 2006 | fctassembly

Hello Amol, I continue to be amazed at the surprise engineers have on discovering that a non-eutectic alloy such as SAC305 displays micro-cracking and rough joints in a soldering process. There was a reason the electronics industry chose to use eutec

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