Electronics Forum: selective and wave and solder and pallet (Page 1 of 7)

PPM rate for wave and selective solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 30 16:16:19 EDT 2003 | swagner

What is the industry standard for wave and selective solder PPM defect rate for a world class facility, any responses are appreciated.

PPM rate for wave and selective solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 30 16:42:24 EDT 2003 | davef

here's a start http://www.thepdfshop.co.uk/ppm/asp/Monthly.asp

PPM rate for wave and selective solder

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 01 00:30:04 EDT 2003 | caldon

Also Try: http://www.airliquide.com/en/business/industry/electronics/expertise/tech_papers.asp you can also search the airliquide site for "PPM" once in the electronics section Cal

SMT line expansion - new oven and selective solder

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 24 17:10:53 EST 2020 | kylehunter

> It looks like one oven is 10years newer than the > other, so if we assume same maintenance routine > you should get another 10 years if life on it. On > the TH side, you know your board complexity - for > me wave have much more

SMT line expansion - new oven and selective solder

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 24 17:06:36 EST 2020 | emeto

It looks like one oven is 10years newer than the other, so if we assume same maintenance routine you should get another 10 years if life on it. On the TH side, you know your board complexity - for me wave have much more value than a Selective. Selec

SMT line expansion - new oven and selective solder

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 22 11:37:00 EST 2020 | kylehunter

Hey all, I've made a post in the past about us expanding to a new space, but I wanted to do a new post with specific questions. We currently have a DEK 265, Phillips Opal Xii, and a Heller 1500. Our main reason for expanding is to have a lead-free

Selective soldering pallets and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 16 17:35:43 EST 2002 | davef

Jim Consider issuing a purchase order to your assembler for the purchase of selective wave soldering pallets required to solder your board. That way, you: * Own the pallets. * Can take the pallets with you should you decide that another assembler

Selective soldering pallets and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 06 18:13:15 EST 2002 | slthomas

We only have solder balling problems in the interface of the pcb with the selective soldering pallet. All other boards (single, and double sided glue and waved alike) are fine, so I'm not thinking this is going to follow the normal path for resoluti

Selective soldering pallets and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 10 14:10:38 EST 2002 | Randy Villeneuve

Steve, I wave solder most if not all our boards with selective wave pallets. I did not catch if the solder balls were on top of the board or on the bottom but that will make a difference on what to do to get rid of them. Pallets are good and bad. On

Selective soldering pallets and solder balls

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 08:38:30 EST 2002 | Randy Villeneuve

Jim, In most cases if you can eliminate a process you will save money. With that in mind, an all surface mount or all through hole design is prefered. There are alternatives to that rule, like hybrid designs that can be pin and paste soldered. It al

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