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Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 17:30:02 EST 2001 | davef

How do you know that "approx 450�C" is "too high"? As a side, the temperature on the temperature sensor is: * Inaccurate. * Not the temperature at the solder. Listen, operators are smart people. They have figured-out that they can solder faster wi

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Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 11:56:43 EST 2001 | russells

Please help!! Operators are currently using soldering irons set at approx 450 degrees C, this i realise is far to high, but can some one tell me the effect on the PCB and joint at this temp and the recommended temp for soldering.

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Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 11 09:28:14 EDT 2002 | davef

Designers love to do BIG copper pours for several reasons: * Maximize heat spreading. * Increase EMI shielding. * Laziness. The poor folk that solder the parts on boards HATE big copper planes near solder pads. During soldering, fat copper traces [

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Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 08:27:57 EDT 2005 | Adam

Hi We are trying to solder a a contact whose base material is stainless steel, this is then nickel striked with a gold plating of upto 3 microns. We are trying to hand solder this to a standard 1.6 FR4 PCB with a HASL finish. We are seeing problems

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Electronics Forum | Sun Dec 16 04:55:33 EST 2001 | Ramanandkini

Mr.Dave.F has given an exhaustive answer. I just want to mention that some attention could be paid to the plating & contaminants on the PCB. We have experienced longer soldering time due to the presence of contaminants on the plated surface.

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Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 11 09:54:34 EDT 2002 | russ

For whatever its worth, IPC does not require a full fillet in this situation. If it has to be a complete fillet due to contractual agreements you may want to try and preheat the board first with hot air or something and then solder. Russ

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Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 11:10:07 EDT 2005 | moonshine

Only one way to do the impossible. Do this with "pink death" flux that has been around since soldering was invented (about 3000 years ago) but ask MoonMan at moonshine@provide.net and visit http://www.moonmanondarkside.com MoonMan

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Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 27 11:45:09 EDT 2005 | Rob

S62-325XM3 from Cobar - we used this for soldering all sorts of battery terminations to pcbs, & did a better job than every other paste we ever tried. The flux is so agressive it sits in the corner growling.

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Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 17 12:58:15 EDT 2002 | babe

I agree with everything stated thus far. However, what soldering iron are you using. You may be able to solder the pin with an iron that delivers continuous heat and if there is room utilize a large tip as a heat reservoir. What happens is that the i

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Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 11 03:17:52 EDT 2002 | Adam

Guys I was wondering if anybody has some useful advice with regards to achieving 100% solder penetration on one pin of a through hole device which I believe is attached to a ground plane. All other pins on the through hole device are fine, Just this

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