Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 14 10:24:53 EST 2013 | jaimebc
Recently, we have been experimenting with the 1.8/2.5 nozzle to be able to solder leads that are near an SMD. This pcbs were not design for selective solder, so we are trying to work within this limitations. I found the 1.8 nozzle very hard to insta
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 11 08:22:56 EDT 2023 | richardcargill
A lot of MELF components have solder ends that stand slightly proud of the main body where your vacuum would lift them, so vacuum leaks are most likely the culprit. Upping the Vacuum to the nozzle may help, but better thing would be to modify the noz
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 16 15:39:07 EDT 2011 | mwest
What type of coating is used on the Vitronics selective solder nozzles? Any help?
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 18 10:37:37 EDT 2011 | tombstonesmt
We do not use a Victronics selective solder but we you activ8 102 stainless steel flux from worton metals for our nozzles. Hope this helps.
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 27 17:18:57 EDT 1999 | Erik
What selective soldering products should I use for a low production rate, high-mix product line? I am looking to get rid of some hand soldering. I have seen exselect (selective soldering pot method), pillarhouse (small flow solder nozzle with robot),
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 08:45:03 EDT 2007 | pjc
I have seen point-to-point soldering iron tip robots in action at a number of factories. The problem is repeatability at delivering good solder joints. Consider a small selective solder machine, the nozzle type: www.ace-protech.com www.air-vac-eng.c