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Beginners' steps to run wave soldering process

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 20 15:03:56 EST 2006 | davef

Q1- Will we be able to select the materials (flux and alloy) and run the process depending only on ourselves, distributors� help, machinery documentation, web data and �trial and error?� A1- Your materials suppliers [eg Kester, Alpha Metals, etc] wil

Profiling on a Selective Solder machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 06 06:11:40 EDT 2013 | fnorradd

Hi All, We have purchased an Ersa Versaflow selective solder machine, and I am looking in to profiling upon the machine. We currently have a process for profiling our wave with a WaveRider system, this we use to gauge that the machine is set up cor

Journals / Books on Selective Soldering Techniques

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 28 11:35:37 EST 2005 | stepheniii

There is also peelable or watersoluble masking. I've only seen the peelable masking used. Not ten minutes ago an engineer showed me a board a customer was having trouble with that they are waveing all the bottom parts. That board should be selectiv

estop error wont go away on vitronics delta max

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 15 12:07:13 EDT 2018 | fern

My company is hooking up a delta max wave solder machine but we can seem to get the estop error to go away any one have a any experience with this issue.

Re: Update on Rotary Chip Waves

Electronics Forum | Fri May 29 22:03:49 EDT 1998 | Tom Gervascio

| | Last week I posted a message on rotary chip waves that stated that the drive shaft had a protective boot around a u-joint that degraded and exposed the joint. | | Someone from the manufacturer read it and contacted me. He told me the problem has

Re: Update on Rotary Chip Waves

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 09 00:53:06 EDT 1998 | Dave M

| | | Last week I posted a message on rotary chip waves that stated that the drive shaft had a protective boot around a u-joint that degraded and exposed the joint. | | | Someone from the manufacturer read it and contacted me. He told me the problem

Waves soldering: not enough solder remaining on pads

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 17:39:28 EDT 2017 | zsoden

SuMoTe, that is a fair suggestion, but I believe will be a non-starter. The solder pump motors are actually 40V motors being run from a PWM 24V supply. I did one time try hooking up to a separate power supply up to 40V but all this seemed to do was m

THM Solder barrel fill issues on 93 mils board

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 21 17:03:13 EDT 2013 | hegemon

I think your pre-heat temp is a little low for SAC 305 Soldering. Especially with a Pallet. You might want to try to add some time and temp to get the PWB itself preheated up to 150-160C. That should help with the barrel fill. Make sure your board

SMT hand soldering on HASL or Ni-Au boards?

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 03 22:03:18 EDT 2001 | davef

With friends like you, who needs enemies? I�d guess that the perceived benefits of flat pads for your 20 mil pitch and below components counter-balance the higher cost, gold being a solder pot contaminant, limited solder mask compatibility, potentia

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