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solder pot

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 19 09:39:44 EST 2005 | 4rides

I find myself in possesion of a solder pot from a production machine that was sent to scrap. The scrap man was uninterested in the 2 ton pot. Does this thing have value ?? Or am I stuck with a hunk of Hasmat ???

solder pot

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 19 09:45:19 EST 2005 | russ

Is it full of solder? If so, It has quite a bit of value.

solder pot

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 19 10:11:19 EST 2005 | 4rides

Perhaps a TON in Washington DC

Selective moving pot vs fixed pot

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 03 15:44:10 EDT 2008 | jwasyliw

Looking at the different Selective solder machines. Are there any process considerations with a moving pot versus a fixed pot. What about the angle and peel off on the moving pot?

Selective moving pot vs fixed pot

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 07 10:38:53 EDT 2008 | realchunks

Biggest differnce is tooling. Tooling cost with a fixed pot - no tooling cost with programable "moving"pot. There are various way to control peel off with a moving pot. Depending on the machine, you can use either the Z axis or the actual pump spe

Selective moving pot vs fixed pot

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 14 13:36:03 EDT 2008 | stepheniii

Most "non-moving pots" are tooled piece of steel > with pockets full of solder. At least that's > what the marble in my head understands it be (?). Our Selective solder machine has a fixed pot with a fountain in the middle of it. The table move

Selective moving pot vs fixed pot

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 08 15:27:36 EDT 2008 | realchunks

Most "non-moving pots" are tooled piece of steel with pockets full of solder. At least that's what the marble in my head understands it be (?).

Selective moving pot vs fixed pot

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 09 14:23:19 EDT 2008 | jwasyliw

Chunks, It sounds like you are referring to the construction of the solder pot. Not sure how that would require additional tooling cost? Thanks PCBHELP

Selective moving pot vs fixed pot

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 09 17:09:04 EDT 2008 | mikesewell

Some machines have the pot fixed and the board moves around it (typically at an angle like a wavesolder machine), I think Vitronics takes this approach. No tooling is required per se.

Selective moving pot vs fixed pot

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 08 12:21:42 EDT 2008 | jwasyliw

Biggest differnce is tooling. Tooling cost with > a fixed pot - no tooling cost with programable > "moving"pot. > > There are various way to control > peel off with a moving pot. Depending on the > machine, you can use either the Z axis or the

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