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Headers and SMT

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 30 10:17:05 EDT 2015 | esoderberg

You don't say how many headers you have to solder. I usually spec in High temp headers and use a pin-in-paste methodology and double reflow. Can you get your headers high temperature?

Headers and SMT

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 29 10:53:42 EDT 2015 | marlyn

Hey there fellow people with SMT issues... What's the proper procedure for soldering through-hole headers on the back-side of the PCB (pins poking out on same side as SMT parts)? ( Yes - I did the SMT side first and am now faced with LOTS of pin-poin

Headers and SMT

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 01 13:33:01 EDT 2015 | marlyn

Hey there fellow people with SMT > issues... What's the proper procedure for > soldering through-hole headers on the back-side > of the PCB (pins poking out on same side as SMT > parts)? ( Yes - I did the SMT side first and am > now faced with L

wave soldering and solder bridge

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 11:55:08 EST 2007 | chef

I recently had the same problems, solder bridges on every thing I made, different customers boards, etc. I wave with no-clean flux. As I sorted out problems (pin holes, blow holes, splatter, etc.) I found a lot of variable factors. I changed flux,

Headers and SMT

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 29 11:49:02 EDT 2015 | spoiltforchoice

Typically - hand soldering as you are currently doing. Should your volume justify it you can invest in a selective soldering solution, these might take the form of a robotic arm that essentially replicates manual soldering or a solder jet similar to

Headers and SMT

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 29 11:37:52 EDT 2015 | robl

Hi Marlyn, We use durastone pallets over a wave - so areas machined out so the solder can get to the pins but not the SMT. You can also get fancy selective solder machines, but I'm guessing that as you're asking you haven't got one. Hope that help

Selective soldering pallets and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 08:38:30 EST 2002 | Randy Villeneuve

Jim, In most cases if you can eliminate a process you will save money. With that in mind, an all surface mount or all through hole design is prefered. There are alternatives to that rule, like hybrid designs that can be pin and paste soldered. It al

Selective soldering pallets and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 13:42:04 EST 2002 | robf

There are a few emerging technologies that have been growing in popularity for the past few years. Pin through paste, press fit connectors and selective soldering machines seem to be displacing custom fixtures. Most of the mixed technology boards o

Headers and SMT

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 02 14:45:25 EST 2015 | stevezeva

Hi there! If they are just standard headers there's a company called Teka that makes headers and socket headers with solder preforms in them. They call it "Solder Bearing Lead Technology" You can drop them in the board and reflow them just like SMT p

Headers and SMT

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 28 09:37:32 EDT 2015 | capse

An alternative to selective soldering equipment is robotic soldering, like Japan UNIX.

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