Electronics Forum: potting equipment (Page 1 of 9)

Re: Help with new placement equipment

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 16 08:47:58 EDT 1998 | Scott Cook

John, I'll throw my bit of confusion into the pot, here. Your limited floorspace, coupled with your technology mix vs. volume mix narrows the scope of your search. You don't say what your budget is, or whether you are looking for speed. I'll give y

How to choose equipment for Selective Soldering ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 30 10:16:17 EDT 2017 | swag

We have two selective wave machines that run all day every day. We're pretty high mix. Almost all products don't require preheat but it is nice to have in case you need it on something dense. Good reliable flux sprayer is important. Software that

How to choose equipment for Selective Soldering ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 26 21:48:57 EDT 2017 | deanm

For selective soldering I would first look at the alloys your products require. Do you run tin-lead, lead free or both? If you run (or may run in the future) two alloys, then look for a machine that has quick change solder pots. Secondly, do your bo

Does anyone care if Americans supply equipment to our industry.

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 21 10:13:25 EST 2002 | caldon

I feel like such a "nit-wit" now. Diversity is what makes America great. Freedom of choice. The last I remember Multitronics is a UK based company ..OPS thats right Multitronics was purchased by a Bermuda based company... silly me. Let me guess..Y

Pot coating

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 07 22:59:53 EST 2007 | davef

All the pumps, chimneys, innards, and what-not need to be coated in addition to the pot, eh? Many equipment suppliers have "trade-in" deals to swap original pot assemblies with remanufacturered lead-free pot assemblies.

Circuit Card Assembly Molding

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 29 10:47:31 EDT 2011 | frcdave

I agree with Davef, there is no point in conformal coating the assembly before potting. I am also not aware of any IPC standard for potting or encapsulation. If you would like to discuss equipment for potting/ encapsulation, we would be happy to d


Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 12 21:25:18 EDT 2005 | fctassembly

Hello Pete, Do you know how long Electrovert warranties their coated pots/pump equipment in use with SAC alloys? Also, does the warranty cover an operator scratching the surface while cleaning the pot in normal maintenance procedures? The good news

Titanium solder bath Vs. Stainlesss steel 316L

Electronics Forum | Mon May 09 09:02:17 EDT 2005 | davef

Your 316L stainless steel pot will not contain lead-free solder, over the long term. We'd bet that our solder machine equipment manufacturer will "swap" you a lead-free solder compatable pot for your current pot.

Circuit Card Assembly Molding

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 24 15:54:43 EDT 2011 | davef

You're correct. There's no point in conformal coating a board that you intend to pot. We're aware of no IPC [or IPCish] standards or guidelines for potting or encapsulation. We'd guess that materials and / or equipment suppliers would be the best pl

Solder dross

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 02 05:06:11 EST 2016 | slavek

Hello, my question would be how often you clean the pot? The second picture with the particles looks for me like burned flux etc. When you took out a large quantity of solder dross, I think that big amount of it was released into system. Clean the

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