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soldering irons for lead free

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 12 11:26:38 EDT 2005 | jdengler

I think the asahi solder is coming out with their own irons if they get enough interest on this forum.

soldering irons for lead free

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 13 03:35:18 EDT 2005 | Rob

.....and it'll probably be the best soldering iron in the world.

soldering irons for lead free

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 12 16:03:09 EDT 2005 | autoequip

I have recently been testing a new Iron that will be introduced on the market soon. The temp drop is coming in at 30c versus most other irons I have tested drop about 70c the tips are elctroplated and designed for lead free we have been very impresse

soldering irons for lead free

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 12 08:44:58 EDT 2005 | jdengler

JBC is offering "Lead free" tips now. They have this on the web site: "JBC recently released a new series of tips featuring a thicker iron bath that we find more resistent to aggressive additives and flux as found in lead free alloy." We have not d

soldering irons for lead free

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 12 06:13:30 EDT 2005 | dougs

A while back we checked out all our manufacturing equipment for lead free capability, we thought our soldering irons would all be fine as they can reach temperatures well in excess of lead free alloy melting points. Last week i was speaking to someo

soldering irons for lead free

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 13 15:14:17 EDT 2005 | jdumont

Oh you mean like the no heat soldering irons? I think they can also cook you a pizza while soldering wires.

Lead free designated soldering irons

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 25 14:19:02 EDT 2014 | barryg

Hello everyone. I have a question pertaining to solder irons, tips and solder stations. We recently have set up our lead free wave and reflow oven. We still have quite a few projects that require leaded solder. I was curious how others handle rework

Lead free designated soldering irons

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 26 10:51:52 EDT 2014 | aybars

I would recommend not to mix leaded irons to do non-leaded rework. Especially, if you are working on ROHS compliance project that will create contamination. Weller and Hakko still have tips for leaded soldering tips, you can chechk on their web sites

soldering irons for lead free

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 13 15:14:48 EDT 2005 | jdumont

...Or how about the wireless wrist straps. Those are a lifesaver. Ok im done now.

soldering irons for lead free

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 12 09:51:42 EDT 2005 | russ

We use the JBC irons with and without the "leadfree" tips. We really have not noticed much difference between the standard and the lead free. The lead free tips do last a little longer but the tips are somewhat deformed by the extra plating. As f

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