Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 20 16:04:22 EDT 2000 | Bob Willis
Tin/silver/copper is the alloy I have done most with and it would seem that it will be the alloy of choice if you look at the people doing the work. There are still some issues of fillet lifting which I have seen on PIHR soldering and the same in wav
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 20 15:47:29 EDT 2000 | William
Bob, what alloy is leading the pack for sn-pb replacement. Will this alloy adapt itself to component leads? What circuit board finishes will we be dealing with?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 29 17:04:43 EST 2009 | jeffjarmato
I run two different waves here one with SAC305 with aqueous flux the other with SN100C and No clean flux. Does anyone see any issues with running product through either machine of course after changing the Flux type? I also only use SAC305 alloy for
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 30 13:42:55 EDT 2005 | Hiram
Thank you all for the information... Hiram
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 29 17:35:46 EDT 2005 | Hiram
Hi all, Does anybody have any comments on the lead-free alloy SN100C from AIM solder? I am in the process of selecting the "right alloy" for our lead-free wave solder machine. We manufacture A/V equipment. I appreciate your feedback as usual. Hir
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 14 03:01:37 EDT 2005 | fctassembly
Chris, The Asahi SCS7 is Asahi's attempt at copying the SN100C and is a tin/copper/silicon alloy that melts at 227C so no, it is not a low temperature lead free alloy.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 15 13:36:07 EDT 2005 | Brian
If you do SMT with an SAC alloy, and the Wave Solder with SN100C, what is the impact of accidentally reworking the through hole parts with an SAC alloy wire solder? Or reworking the SAC alloy with an SN100C wire solder? Brian
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 08 10:13:15 EDT 2005 | fctassembly
Hi Jason, Did the SAC paste wet other board finishes adequately? I have seen no issues to date with solderability of SN100CL HASL boards with our No Clean pastes. Regards, Bob
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 08 09:14:49 EDT 2005 | Jason Fullerton
I've tested boards with SN100C HAL finish, and wetting to the PCB finish was poor at best, using a no clean SAC305 paste.
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 27 09:47:01 EDT 2005 | GCampbell
CEMCO Uk have done testing using SACX0307, SAC305 and Sn/Cu/Ni. The copper dissolution tests (report available) conducted at CEMCO showed that the lowest copper erosion rate was achieved by SACX0307. Regards Gerry