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SAC305 and Sn100c alloys

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 29 17:04:43 EST 2009 | jeffjarmato

I run two different waves here one with SAC305 with aqueous flux the other with SN100C and No clean flux. Does anyone see any issues with running product through either machine of course after changing the Flux type? I also only use SAC305 alloy for

Re: Lead free alloys

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 20 16:04:22 EDT 2000 | Bob Willis

Tin/silver/copper is the alloy I have done most with and it would seem that it will be the alloy of choice if you look at the people doing the work. There are still some issues of fillet lifting which I have seen on PIHR soldering and the same in wav

Lead-free solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 14 20:24:48 EDT 2004 | Ken

What do you mean the solder must "survive" 260C? What is your target temperature? Is it dictated by a component, the substrate or the solder alloy? Do you require a eutectic alloy? If not, the selection of alloys grows. (these are from memory...n

Lead-free solder

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 15 15:54:13 EDT 2004 | pjc

You ned to speak with an apps engineer from a paste supplier that can go through their alloys. I know Indium has such alloys. Any vendor should be able to supply you a list of alloys avbl in NC paste with their liquidous points.

Lead-free solder alloy: SN100C from AIM solder

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 30 13:42:55 EDT 2005 | Hiram

Thank you all for the information... Hiram

Lead-free solder alloy:

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 15 13:36:07 EDT 2005 | Brian

If you do SMT with an SAC alloy, and the Wave Solder with SN100C, what is the impact of accidentally reworking the through hole parts with an SAC alloy wire solder? Or reworking the SAC alloy with an SN100C wire solder? Brian

Lead-free solder alloy: SN100C from AIM solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 29 17:35:46 EDT 2005 | Hiram

Hi all, Does anybody have any comments on the lead-free alloy SN100C from AIM solder? I am in the process of selecting the "right alloy" for our lead-free wave solder machine. We manufacture A/V equipment. I appreciate your feedback as usual. Hir

99C solder

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 07 13:25:58 EDT 2008 | patrickbruneel

The 99C is the part number used by manufacturers for the Sn 99.3% Cu 0.7% Alloy.

Lead-free solder alloy:

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 11 23:13:28 EDT 2005 | Chris Ong

There are other solder around in the market. Have you all visited the Asahi solder for low costing compared to other solder alloy. Website data :www.asahisolder.com

AuSn solder alloy

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 26 00:30:36 EST 2003 | Indy

hi, I wondering if anyone have any information on intermetallic growth in 80Au20Sn solder alloy. I have read that it has high reliability. Which bring an important question to my mind. What about Gold embrittlement ? Bye Indy

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