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Running with sn100c in my solder pot!

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 19:51:22 EDT 2006 | grantp

Hi, That's good news, and we did outs with SN100C as well on Wed, however we are still working hard on getting a good profile. We have some large BNC connectors, and they are hard to profile. We also have wave palettes, and these might be too thick

Running with sn100c in my solder pot!

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 09 07:26:24 EDT 2006 | amol_kane

hi, gald to hear that yr process is working well.....we are in the process of buying a wave with SN100C solder.....any pitfalls/precautions that you took during the transition? did you do any DOE for setting up the profile values?? are you seeing a

Running with sn100c in my solder pot!

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 09 11:55:34 EDT 2006 | jbrower

Howdy Amol, As far as I can see, there aren't too many pitfalls with SN100C. Just make sure to keep all of your alloys seperated. The issues that I am working out right now is the profiles with our wave pallets and some of our larger components. We

Running with sn100c in my solder pot!

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 16:03:52 EDT 2006 | jbrower

On Saturday the 3rd, I offloaded nearly 1200 pounds of solder from my Electrovert, did the tin purge and loaded nearly 1200 pounds of sn100c back into my solder pot. It was a hell of a job, but we got it done in 8 hours. We've been running with this

5 zone oven profile

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 30 17:32:55 EDT 2011 | gaz

Hi, We are using ws488 sn100c paste. Anyone have a profile for a 5 zone oven that has worked well for you?

Intermetallics and reflow profile

Electronics Forum | Tue May 02 15:29:14 EDT 2000 | M. F. Roe

I am looking for public papers or articles on intermetallic formation as a function of reflow profile. Most solder paste vendors specify peak temperature and time above liquidus, but I am particularly interested in what happens to intermetallic grow

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 01 09:54:23 EST 2005 | jbrower

Hi Frank, we're still going to go with FR4 as our prefered material. Our board thickness is .062. We use an on shore and off shore vendor. Prototron I believe offers an immersion tin and excellence in china? offers an immersion tin finish. We fou

Lead free profile

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 08 15:30:18 EST 2005 | saragorcos

Jay ~ do you have any other contact information for that seminar you are attending concerning the SN100C? I have tried the URL in your message, and it is not working for me. Your help would be much appreciated, and thanks for sharing all your helpf

5 zone oven profile

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 05 12:18:25 EDT 2011 | gaz

That's very helpful, and much appreciated. I know it's a long shot, but I don't suppose you know what paste they are using with these settings. I am testing with sn100c ws488. Thanks! kinos

Re: Intermetallics and reflow profile

Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 20:24:22 EDT 2000 | Dave F

MF: I know of nothing that addresses your question directly. Let me suggest: * Technical types at your solder supplier should be able to help. * "Effect Of Intermetallic Compounds On The Thermal Fatigue Of Surface Mount Solder Joints" PL Tu, et a

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