Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 19 09:24:21 EST 2012 | swag
Many times we manually add flux from the top side for good fill.
Electronics Forum | Mon May 14 16:36:58 EDT 2012 | davef
You're thinking correctly in trying to improve your process. Can you change to a more active flux? Look at the copper that connects to the center pin. You may need to relay-out the board to add a wagon wheel style thermal relief in that area.
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 19 09:41:14 EST 2012 | dyoungquist
What is your solder pot temperature? We found that on a 0.093" multilayer board increasing the temp of the lead free solder from 300C to 315C helped with the barrel fill.
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 18 10:14:14 EST 2012 | moshesh
In those cases where we have a 3.2mm thick, 16-layer board with several GND layers, do we still need ground connection to each and every layer (with thermal relief) or, skip part of the ground patterns? Will it help soldeing rising. I can't reach mor
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 19 11:12:05 EST 2012 | aj
have you considered intrusive reflow? I ran a product similar to what you are describing and the only way we could get sufficient holefill consistently was by this process.... there may be obvious reasons why you cant but worth a shot if you can- it
Electronics Forum | Mon May 14 12:44:08 EDT 2012 | tomgervascio
I am a user of an Ersa Versaflow 3/45. I was wondering if anyone could share some process pointers. I have a 0.125" multilayer PCB that I am having problems consistently achieving 75 percent hole fill on a mini-coax connector. The coax connector ha
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 14 06:03:51 EST 2021 | manaik
Hello, We have recently bought ZipaTec select 250, we are having problems with offsets. Somehow the offset of fluxer, wave and preheat dont match one another or the program we create. The previous owners are of no help. The main question i have
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 01 09:00:21 EST 1999 | John Smith
Give me your opinions and experiences of SelectX, selective debridging system in the Vitronics Soltec wave soldering machines.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 12 23:00:25 EST 2011 | davef
Two things: * Consider a recent thread giving advice on solving placement problems: http://www.smtnet.com/Forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Message_ID=65288 * On adding pictures to your posts: ** On your original post, select EDIT ** Select ATTACHMENTS ** Se
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 01 09:57:30 EDT 2008 | grayman
I do not know if you want selective wave soldering or selective point soldering? If you have good budget say, less than US$200k Vitronics is best for wave selective soldering. However, if you have low budget say less than US$100K I suggest ACE or K