Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 14 10:24:53 EST 2013 | jaimebc
Recently, we have been experimenting with the 1.8/2.5 nozzle to be able to solder leads that are near an SMD. This pcbs were not design for selective solder, so we are trying to work within this limitations. I found the 1.8 nozzle very hard to insta
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 06 13:49:17 EDT 2002 | soupatech
Question: I am going to start placing 3mm x 3mm plastic smt leds and want the absolute lowest errors caused by the nozzle either dropping or allowing the part to shift. Would a 2.5mm nozzle be too big for the 3mm part. My logic is that the more surfa
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 26 05:38:15 EDT 2010 | chrislyttle
Could anyone recommend somewhere i could order a new AIPH4090 2.5mm nozzle for a Fuji IP2? I tried Fuji but they tell me that its no longer available from them and they have no alternative. I also might need to order extra feeders along with it.
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 01 05:42:21 EST 2008 | aj
Hi all, Is anyone out there placing 0402 with a CP4? Not sure how reliable it would be and also how do work around the nozzle setup ? we currently have 2.5mm ,1.3mm & 1.0mm so do you remove say 6 x 2.5mm and put in 0.7mm. Any replies appreciated.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 10 13:26:40 EST 2012 | dyoungquist
We are using our selective solder machine to solder a backplane with sixteen (16) 4x48 pin 0.080" connectors. Our first pass yield is about 85% meaning that 85% of the connectors come out with no bridges. Not quite as fine pitch as your connector a
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 25 09:57:31 EDT 2013 | jaimebc
We aquired an ERSA ECOSELECT 2 selective soldering machine. So we are going through a learning curve and I would like to hear from ERSA users on this subject. The main concern is to keep the miniwave steady, it seems that it " bounces" a lot and is