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Urea core solder wire manufacturing

Jan 23, 2019 | Urea core solder wire manufacturing Dear Team, Need help, we are trying to make urea core solder wire but the problem is some time core remains partially empty no urea filling in solder wire. please help me how to solve this problem. thank you, Tirthkar

Soldering robot and solder balls

Jun 26, 2017 | If N2 is not an option, the cut wire feeder or drilled wire are your best bet for now. You need to optimize wire feed rate as well. The solder joint on the robot takes about the same time to form as in manual soldering. If you need to speed the soldering process consider underside heating Soldering robot and solder balls

Soldering robot and solder balls

Jun 21, 2017 | but we do not have laminate preheating on robots. There is no flux separate application, the flux is in the soldering wire Soldering robot and solder balls

wire harness strength

May 18, 2017 | We are soldering wire 26AWG to jack socket. However after went through washing, baking, coating, curing processes the wire breaks (at joining point with jack socket) during wire dressing. We have tried to increase and decrease the solder amount but rejects still happened. pull test of wire and jack wire harness strength socket is 40++ N. I found that the break wire has exposed copper on wire strands. what will be the possible root cause and what can I do to increase the wire strength?

Conformal coating rework jumpers

Oct 8, 2016 | A friend in the contract coating business said: "... ask why the wire is [teflon] coated in the first place, as only the solder joints should be coated in this situation as the flexing/bending of the wires will cause the coating to crack and flake off of the wires. If this were a board that we would be coating, I would only coat the solder joints here."

ENIG (thru hole ring turns black after wave soldering)

Aug 2, 2016 | On a previous black pad experience we soldered a wire to a fiducial and did a pull test to failure. On the black pad board the wire and solder pulled of clean leaving the fiducial on the board. On good boards the copper came off with the wire. If you have local fiducials you can get a reading near ENIG (thru hole ring turns black after wave soldering)

Professional Soldering?

May 7, 2016 | in Maryland or online that could solder the wires for me? I would do it myself but I don't really have the correct tools or know how to solder such small wires and I don't want to mess up the card even more than I already have. Any help would be appreciated, thanks. Link to pictures of the wires/fan header - http://imgur.com/a/nxwPQ Edit: I bought another fan header with wires attached to it that will be sacrificed so that it can be soldered in line with the old wires. Professional Soldering?

how to solder manganin 0.05mm manganin wire to a copper plate

Jan 29, 2015 | how to solder manganin 0.05mm manganin wire to a copper plate how to solder manganin 0.05mm manganin wire to a copper plate

High Melting point Solder wire

May 13, 2014 | High Melting point Solder wire I am looking for the solder wire leaded or lead free which can withstand the solder joint at temperature 450deree Celsius or more after soldering, since i need to form a solder joint at higher temperature area Pls suggest the part number for the same

stranded copper wire - tin or not tinned

Jan 23, 2014 | I agree with AFlex. Don't tin stranded wire that's assembled into a screw terminal block. I believe the reasoning has to do with avoiding stress on the wire metal caused by different expansion rates of the solder and the wire. BR davef stranded copper wire - tin or not tinned

Aluminum wire bonding on ENEPIG plated PCB

Sep 9, 2013 | I don't know, but here is a link to a paper from the fine SMTnet Technical Library on a similar topic: http://www.smtnet.com/library/files/upload/Wire-Bonding-and-Soldering Aluminum wire bonding on ENEPIG plated PCB

Automated attachment of wire to SMT pads

Jul 17, 2013 | Hi All, Has anyone seen or used equipment that is capable of automating the process of attaching hookup wire directly to a large SMT pad? Soldering, ultrasonic? I'm looking to see if there is a machine that is capable of automatically taking a teflon coated 20AWG wire and cut-strip and solder Automated attachment of wire to SMT pads

Wire soldered directly on the PCB

Jun 28, 2013 | Wire soldered directly on the PCB I don't see any requirement for a ferrule on the wire. As long as your insulation clearance is twice the insulation diameter or less and the insulation doesn't interfere with the solder joint, it should pass Class 3.

Wire soldered directly on the PCB

Jun 3, 2013 | Wire soldered directly on the PCB Hi, I have a design were power supply multi strand wire (AWG18) are soldered directly on the pcb (thru-hole) by wave soldering process. I don't have any ferrule on the wire. I would like to know if the IPC standard allow this for class 3 assembly ? I didn't clear find information about this

Putting wire in a solder pot

Jan 18, 2013 | Putting wire in a solder pot I'm not sure, but may be you can exchange it with someone, who need solder wire like your?

Soldering wires to through holes

Dec 9, 2011 | Soldering wires to through holes Using common wire size and through hole diameter, we'd expect that the wave solder process would completely fill the through hole and that you wouldn't need to get involved in providing stencil openings, pasting the through hole or reflowing the jumper wire. The only concern we have in the process you describe is keeping the insulation on the jumper wire out of the molten solder, but that's not a BIG deal using takpak or something like that.

Automated solder wire feeder

Jan 29, 2010 | Automated solder wire feeder hi peter, i have experience with manual soldering iron using automated wire feed,please email to me about it in detail,thank you.email:steven@ludeecircuits.com

Automated solder wire feeder

Jan 14, 2010 | Automated solder wire feeder JBC Tools has a wire solder feed solder iron. You can control how much is dispensed to the tip. I have sold several of these to customers soldering wires in to terminals. The hand piece is bigger than the typical solder iron but it beats the alternative. I rep in Ohio and W. PA. Not sure where

Automated solder wire feeder

Jan 6, 2010 | Automated solder wire feeder Hi, Has anyone have experience with manual soldering iron using automated wire feed? I am looking at poke yoke manual soldering 5 pins LCD and wondering if there are ways to control the volume of the solder applied to the board to minimize missing solder pins. How robust are these kind of units

Solder Paste Flux corrosive?

Sep 16, 2009 | The solder wire uses a ORL0 flux. The wire contains less flux at around 2.0-4.0%. Solder Paste Flux corrosive?

Solder Paste Flux corrosive?

Sep 15, 2009 | What flux did you use when you soldered with the wire solder? Solder Paste Flux corrosive?

Solder Wire Expiry Dates

Sep 10, 2009 | Solder Wire Expiry Dates Solder wire is so cheap that unless you have tons of expired spools just throw it away and buy new. You are prob costing the company more money spending hours of time researching this and not something more important.

Solder Wire Expiry Dates

Sep 9, 2009 | Solder Wire Expiry Dates Hi Dave, J-STD-005 is the standard for solder paste requirements. I checked J-STD-006 for solder alloys fluxed and non fluxed and could not find any information on expired wire and how to requalify. Is there some other place that I should be looking? Any help would be greatly appriciated. Chris

Solder Wire Expiry Dates

Sep 1, 2009 | Solder Wire Expiry Dates We started to use wire from Metallic Resources because they have no expiration date for "properly stored" product.

Solder Wire Expiry Dates

Aug 26, 2009 | Solder Wire Expiry Dates Some print expiry date on reels and some specify a shelf life on data sheets. Two main reasons are that the flux in the wire is a mix of chemicals and over time in storage these can react so soldering performance can be changed. Although I have to say all flux chemistries are different so in the soldering performance of a wire that has passed its shelf life.

Solder Wire Expiry Dates

Aug 26, 2009 | Solder Wire Expiry Dates Many solder wire suppliers put a on rolls of solder wire either a: * "Date of manufacture" stamp and then specify a shelf life in their product documentation ... OR * "Date of expiration." J-STD-005, 6.2, 6.3, and Table 4, where it states "If the stated shelf life on a product is expired

Solder Wire Expiry Dates

Aug 26, 2009 | Solder Wire Expiry Dates Hi We have recently noticed that our lead free solder wire is being supplied with expiry dates (typically 2-3 years after manufacture). I have seen "date of manufacture" information on wire before but I was not aware that a cored solder wire could expire. I would be interested to hear if you also have expiry dates on the solder wire you use or if it is only this manufacturer? Also has anyone used wire that has exceeded its expiry date and has any degradation in soldering performance been observed as a result? Many thanks

Thermocouple soldering

Jun 23, 2009 | We use teflon covered thermocouple wires. I can't seem to do a decent job of cleaning the wires to get a good high temp. solder ball on the tip between wires when I need to repair one. Any tricks to it? Thermocouple soldering

CCGA solderability criteria

Jun 19, 2008 | Try: ANSI/J-STD-002, Solderability Tests for Component Leads, Terminations, Lugs, Terminals, and Wires CCGA solderability criteria

Wire soldering

Mar 18, 2008 | Wire soldering All, Thnx for all your inputs. We have decided to use Rapid Lock sockets & pins instead of soldering the wires.

Wire soldering

Mar 11, 2008 | Wire soldering While it's possible, we don't think that soldering a wire of this low of an AWG to a board is a good idea. We're concerned that mechanical vibration and heating / cooling will stress the solder connection to the point of failure during routine table top operation. Clamping or otherwise securing the wire to the board would help moderate these concerns, but it just seems like a very bad idea. We suggest using a terminal block or crimping a terminal to the wire and bolting the terminal to the board. Even with this approach, good practice probably requires clamping the wire to the board.

Wire soldering

Mar 11, 2008 | Wire soldering I agree that wave soldering is probably your best method. Of course if you can, tin the wires in a solder pot before insertion into the board. The solder that would be there will probably facilitate wetting a bit better. If you absolutely have to hand solder it, find a high wattage iron with a big enough tip so that there is some thermal mass there to keep the heat more even. Definitely pre tin the wires if at all possible.

Wire soldering

Mar 4, 2008 | KRIKIES me lady Chunks. Couldn't agree with you more. This CK character talks out of his arse.

Wire soldering

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Wire soldering

Feb 28, 2008 | Wire soldering What kind of circuit board are you using that can carry the amount of current that would necessitate the use of a 4 awg wire? Cant you just terminate the cable with a ring terminal and screw or swage it into the board?

Wire soldering

Feb 28, 2008 | Wire soldering In the design stages, we have been asked about the difficulty in soldering a 4AWG (stranded) wire to a PCB for a high current application. Questions - can this be hand soldered normally? What about wave? Process will probably be Pb-Free. All opinions/experiences welcomed.

no-clean flux vs. impedance

Feb 18, 2008 | I should have mentioned... the only flux we use for the hand soldering is wire-core, no bottle flux. I think it should be a non-issue to leave the activated wire core flux residue. I'm just looking for some way to prove it to the designer.

Coils and Water Soluble Fluxes

Oct 11, 2007 | We'd probably hand solder these coils with low residue fluxed wire solder, after cleaning.

Wire prep

Aug 31, 2007 | With this length, I would use solid bare wire, solder one end, sleeve with approved shrink tube, solder the other end and shrink the tubing. You could even leave the shrink tube off if you had design clearance. Then you can just trim off the ends on the solder side to your lead length trim spec Wire prep . You could also leave the wires bare and then glop RTV over the parallel wires to keep them from moving.

Wire prep

Aug 27, 2007 | I know this is a little outside of SMT production, but, I'm hoping someone out there can help me with a small issue. I have a product that I'm building that requires 4 .250" wires, with .125" strip on each end. I solder one end to the board, and one end to a header. Anyone know where I can get Wire prep .25 wire stripped .125 on each end? My normal wire supplier can't strip wire that small. Hand stripping in house is time consuming, as well as physically difficult. Absent any leads on where to get the wire pre-stripped, any one have any ideas of a creative way to accomplish this en masse? Our

Reflow issue with QFN

Jul 5, 2007 | ANSI/J-STD-002, Solderability Tests for Component Leads, Terminations, Lugs, Terminals, and Wires

IEC - 60601 compliant LF-NC Wire Solder

Jun 1, 2007 | IEC - 60601 compliant LF-NC Wire Solder Im having problems with electromigration post a IEC - 60601 test (95% humidity for 48 hours). Im looking for a lead-free NC wire solder that will pass. Does anyone know of any that will work? Thanks, Chris

IEC - 60601 compliant LF-NC Wire Solder

Jun 1, 2007 | IEC - 60601 compliant LF-NC Wire Solder Im having problems with electromigration post a IEC - 60601 test (95% humidity for 48 hours). Im looking for a lead-free NC wire solder that will pass. Does anyone know of any that will work? Thanks, Chris

Rosin vs. Resin Flux

May 31, 2007 | 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 level of flux residues depending on your company �s or customers criteria ( for cosmetic reasons only). RE or RO has nothing to do with performance or reliability of the flux it�s just an indicator for the flux main vehicle make-up. Just make sure you select an L0 solder wire with enough activity to do the job. Things usually go wrong in a no -clean environment when you use additional liquid flux (in squirt bottles) designed for wave soldering. Patrick Interflux USA, Inc. Patrick@interfluxusa.com

solder SnPb wire to gold plated IC

Apr 13, 2007 | solder SnPb wire to gold plated IC Anyone experience using SnPb wire to gold plated ICs? I have tried to solder the SnPb wire to the gold plated ICs lead, but the surface finishing is dull. Can anyone explain that to me? Why it is not shinny surface? Any recommendation?

Cable assembly

Dec 27, 2006 | You should be able to trim the crimp part of the contact then just solder the wire onto the terminal.

Use lead-free alloy wire during rework for Leaded Process

Oct 31, 2006 | Can someone advise if there is any risk if we use lead-free alloy wire during rework for Leaded Process?The reason for this proposal is to only have one type of solder wire being used in the line.This will eliminate any possibility of leaded wire being used on a Lead free board. Use lead-free alloy wire during rework for Leaded Process

Soldering Help

Jul 11, 2006 | 30 gage wire and lap solder, you will have no issues. Soldering Help

Soldering Help

Jul 11, 2006 | 1) Use insulated wire & only strip back as much as you need for a good joint. 2) Wrap insulation tape around each joint (package lead with wire) after soldering to avoid any possibility of touching. Soldering Help

Soldering Help

Jul 10, 2006 | We'd: * Clamp vice grips on the leads to keep movement of the leads from weakening the seal between the leads and the plastic body of the device. * Bend each lead skyward [90* to the deck] at a different distance from the body. * Wrap the insulated wire to be soldered around each lead. * Solder Soldering Help the wire to the lead.

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