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very cheap way to reclaim solder from dross

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 14 07:22:05 EDT 2008 | ccouture

I use this directly in the solder pot inside the wave machine. It is small enough to float at the surface of the solder, yet by loading it it act as a sieve and retains the dross while most of the solder pass trough, allowing me to clean the whole po

Solder Spheres, JEDEC Package Tolerances

Electronics Forum | Mon May 29 07:46:30 EDT 2006 | bwet

In reviewing the JEDEC 95 guidelines (2002) there is not a mention of tolerances that have been agreed upon for today's finer pitch devices. There was no mention of the solder diameter tolerances (low melt temp) allowed for 0.8mm, 0.6mm and 0.5mm pit

very cheap way to reclaim solder from dross

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 10 13:53:27 EDT 2008 | ccouture

Has anybody ever use this method to reclaim the solder from dross. I tested this $10 gadget, it's used to press potato to make mash potato. The result is comparable to a $20k machine that basically does the same thing, i.e.: compress dross to squeeze

Nitrogen and dry cabinet

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 08:38:55 EDT 2002 | dasal

Truthfully, there are pro's and con's for both technologies. (put cost of ownership aside for one moment) Nitrogen won't dry humidified components as rapidly as a desiccant dry box. I'm talking about a self regenerating dry box that uses molecular s


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