Electronics Forum: selective vs. wave (Page 1 of 79)

SN100C vs. SAC 305 wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 04 09:54:39 EDT 2008 | redtiger56

We have been seeing continued difficulty with solder shorts and/or insufficient barrel fill with our Juki selective solder machine while using SAC305. We want to switch to something in the SN100 series, but we do not know enough to seperate the hype

SN100C vs. SAC 305 wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 01 22:48:46 EST 2006 | Joseph

We are using selective soldering pallet, which the soldering flux is Interflux 2005M. We encountered the poor hole fill mainly at the heat sink components. Initially we tried to apply more heat but tend to overkill the flux activity. After some modif

SN100C vs. SAC 305 wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 29 09:20:30 EST 2005 | Cmiller

We have tested SN100C and SAC305 in our selective solder machine (Ersa Versaflow). We wanted to test both alloys in the selective first because the investment in filling the pots is minimal. In our initial tests the SN100C alloy appears to be the bes

SN100C vs. SAC 305 wave soldering

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 30 16:50:48 EST 2005 | fctassembly

250 tons/month) and, as it has been stated here, many customers have switched from SAC305 to SN100C but we are not aware of any customer who has switched from SN100C to SAC305. As the inventor of SN100C states, �once a customer touches the SN100C, he

selective wave soldering unit

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 20 08:26:17 EST 1999 | pascal MATHIEU

hello guys ; we are using some standard selective wave soldering unit used in lined ; the drawback of a such machine is 1/the speed which is quiet low (the board is coming on position through the conveyor, then the head delivering the solder moves s

Re: selective wave soldering unit

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 22 12:32:44 EST 1999 | Dave F

Pascal: Two things: 1 Selective soldering machine discussions and supplier lists are in the SMTnet archives. 2 Some people consider selective soldering machines to be very specialized use tools (too selective ha ha ha) and think carriers tooled f

Re: selective wave soldering unit

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 22 18:17:11 EST 1999 | Doug Philbrick

Although I am certainly no expert here I have seen a very fine looking piece of machinery for selective soldering. Although it too has a small fountain it is fully programmable and relatively fast. It is the Seho MWM3250. Check it out, it will be wor

Re: selective wave soldering unit

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 22 03:11:36 EST 1999 | Chris May

Pascal, Have a look at this Web site:- http://www.solbraze.ltd.uk e-mail = info@solbraze.ltd.uk I think you may find a suitable alternative here. You have a nice Christmas also. Regards, Chris May.

Rosin vs. Resin Flux

Electronics Forum | Thu May 31 10:52:31 EDT 2007 | patrickbruneel

A solder wire classified as L0 under IPC J-STD-004 means that the flux residues can be left on the board safely, and when you select this type of cored wire the intention is not to clean. You just select a solder wire that gives you an acceptable lev

SACX vs. SN100C

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 17 09:00:29 EDT 2006 | aj

Hi all, We are running with SACX in our Wave. To be honest it was like a drop in replacemnt and we have seen some boards improve believe it or not. we find that running it at an elevated temp. i.e 280 on our selective pallets improves wetting and

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