Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 21 05:42:15 EDT 2010 | jacki
Dear All Does anyone know about the low melting point solder paste which should be Copper Base? Usually the Copper base solder has 227'C of melting point.
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 01 04:40:29 EDT 2010 | jacki
Hi Mark thanks and useful. However, I couldn't find the Copper base solder paste which melting point is lower than 210'C.
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 01 11:43:45 EDT 2010 | patrickbruneel
Jacki, Lead-free Cu based alloys with melting point below 210C don’t exist.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 05 18:14:35 EST 1999 | Jeff Sanchez
Hi Brian, Here is the web address for Indium. If you go to the "technical papers" and then to "specialty solders and alloys" they have a really great chart that has all the alloy specs. Well worth printing. ........Jeff Sanchez
Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 31 11:01:06 EDT 2010 | cobar
Alloy properties http://www.shanelo.co.za/Alloy%20Properties.htm
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 02 02:32:40 EDT 2010 | Jacki
Hi Patrick Noted that. Thanks for ur info.
Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 31 11:02:51 EDT 2010 | Mark
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 05 15:44:50 EST 1999 | Tim Jensen
Brian, 96.5Sn/3.5Ag is eutectic at 221 C 95Sn/5Ag has a melting range of 221 - 240 C Hope that helps you out...
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 05 15:27:30 EST 1999 | Brian
What is the liquidous temp for: 95Sn/5Ag and 96.5Sn/3.5Ag thanks in advance
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 12 08:39:38 EDT 2017 | jefri_simorangkir
we are turning on the printer, suddenly the printer is off after checking there is solderball on pad capacitor component 0603 our question is what can a solderball stuck on one pad can when melting and causing shortsolder (being connected with other