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laser soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 23 18:19:30 EST 2007 | g2garyg2

Yes, PROMATION has customer's using laser to solder PCBs. This is too broad of a forum to discuss openly so please feel free to write me at: Gary_Goldberg@pro-mation-inc.com Perhaps I can assist Gary

laser soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 26 09:45:46 EST 2007 | jseagle

My advice is the technology is not there unless your boards have been designed for laser soldering. Even then there are too many limitations to go into it. We tried a unit for almost a year and were never able to get consistent, not even going to m

laser soldering

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 26 15:15:05 EST 2007 | realchunks

I agree with James. Granted there are a variety of lasers to try, we too could not get a consistent power setting. Plus when paste turns liquid, you get some reflection. Also the mask around the pad has to be pulled back or burning may occur.

laser soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 27 19:41:53 EST 2007 | g2garyg2

Well, there seems to be many opinions, many of which could be correct, however... With the proper laser they can be quite good for soldering. Here are a few guidelines I would like to suggest. 1) Have your product soldered first (by the vendor) 2) T

laser soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 20 11:01:05 EST 2007 | dstevenson

Is anyone using a laser to selectively solder components to a board? I'm just starting to research selective soldering methods for the company i work for as we're looking to replace our current hand soldering processes for lead- and lead free- produ

laser soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 30 11:49:20 EST 2007 | nkb2400

If the goal is selective soldering (not to raise the substrate temperature too high), consider the use of microwaves. Our company has been working on this technology for selectively bonding substrates. For example, we use the process to bond ROHS met

Testing Yamaha GEM laser

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 19 23:25:52 EDT 2019 | rob1

We have a Yamaha GEM and the laser will not recognise components. The laser has been changed in the past by another engineer, but this failed to rectify the problem. Can anyone advise how to test the laser or use some machine diagnostics so that I

pcb laser markers

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 12 11:11:25 EDT 2004 | Stefan

For laser marking you don�t require as powerful lasers then for cutting. A 20 Watt laser diode does already a good job. Because of the safety requirements the laser operates in an enclosure, which means more $$$ if you want to use the laser in line

pcb laser markers

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 12 14:00:37 EDT 2004 | blnorman

We've been using lasers to mark barcodes on our boards for some time now. We use a CO2 laser to burn through the solder mask on most of our boards. The machine is enclosed so the operators aren't exposed to the laser. The laser is also mounted on

Microflame vs laser soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 09 11:45:55 EST 2005 | chunks

If it's metal to metal, use the flame. Laser has a lot of quirks to it.

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