Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 15 22:17:02 EDT 2006 | Thanagon
I'm now have target to flux saving. Could you please tell me. If we adjust level of spray fluxer nozzle up then we can saving cost of flux Quantity usage? What Others must adjust? such as pressure , flux flow. Thank you All for advise.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 27 08:28:05 EDT 2006 | AR
Hi all All you wave soldering people, have you had any trouble in keeping the copper level of your SAC solder pots under control? How do you combat the gradual rise of copper contents owing to dissolution from through-hole component leads etc.?
Electronics Forum | Sun Jul 04 13:27:31 EDT 2021 | dilogic
We are looking for new entry-level selective soldering machine. I would appreciate if you can share experience with the equipment you have, as there are many machines on the market and it's a though choice. We will use it for lead-free soldering and
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 12:52:34 EDT 2006 | Mario Scalzo, SMT CPE
Good afternoon! Typically, we normally recommend testing the pot, and adding either Sn/Ag or just Sn to keep it at bay. One nice thing about the solubility of Cu in Sn based alloys is that it should reach a theoretical upper limit of about 0.1%. I
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 06 17:41:14 EDT 2021 | dwl
My vote would be for the ACE Kiss 102. Easy to program, easy to maintain, and produces good results at a low price point. ACE was bought by Nordson and is sold under Nordson select. I do not have experience with the machines sold under this brand, b
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 07 16:15:54 EDT 2021 | bobpan
We have an Ersa and an Ace machine. The Ersa is made for bigger volumes of boards. Programming is longer/harder and not as user friendly. If your running 100 boards or less.....the Ace is the way to go. If you need flexibility the Ace is better.