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Re: Wave soldering machine

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 02 12:28:46 EDT 2000 | Claudine Corda

Wilson, www.technicaldev.com, click on wave soldering. Good luck, Claudine @ Sono-Tek

Spray Fluxers

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 25 15:18:43 EDT 2005 | manish

Don, I have experienced the same thing as Russ. The fixed head systems do give the best uniformity (due to no overlap). Both Nordson and Sono-Tek offer fixed head machines that work excellent. I think the Sono-Tek system that Russ is refereeing t

Re: Spray Fluxer Suppliers

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 18 17:24:37 EDT 1998 | Wayne Bracy

I am trying to find information for one of our engineers on spray fluxing equipment. Years ago, I investigated these somewhat and now remember two suppliers -- Sonotek and AT&T. I was able to find information on Sonotek (http://www.sono-tek.c

Spray Fluxer Suppliers

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 16 07:22:10 EDT 1998 | Mike Demos

I am trying to find information for one of our engineers on spray fluxing equipment. Years ago, I investigated these somewhat and now remember two suppliers -- Sonotek and AT&T. I was able to find information on Sonotek (http://www.sono-tek.com/) b

Re: Spray Fluxer Suppliers

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 21 21:26:57 EDT 1998 | Robert Murphy

Check out New Age Electronic Devices at http://www.naed.com, or call John Susicki at (773) 973 - 3296. I am trying to find information for one of our engineers on spray fluxing equipment. Years ago, I investigated these somewhat and now remember

Solder Saver ??

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 25 10:18:46 EDT 2006 | evsint

I would challenge that comment NAME ONE You are correct regarding the old Earth-Tronics SRS machines But EVS is a new company and the new models the EVS 3000 adn EVS 6000 have been totally redesisgned and all who have used the old machines and n

SonoFlux 9500

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 06 17:34:24 EST 2006 | Vincent Whipple

Hello Bill, I have been away from the office and just got back to see this posting. Sorry for the late reply. Give us a call at Sono-Tek and we would be happy to assist with your spray fluxer and your wave process. We support any machine with our nam

SonoFlux 9500

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 25 17:08:25 EDT 2006 | TD

If you have a titanium version it will be fine. Get the serial nuber off of the unit and call Sonotek to find out if your OK. WS fluxes are more aggressive on the standard metal that they use..thus the titanium version.

Re: Wave Solder Processs Control

Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 04 11:11:19 EST 2000 | Claudine Corda

Mark - The Waverider is a great tool. It will let you know what's going on with the machine itself - contact time in the wave, parallelism of the wave, temp, and a relative idea of whats happening in the preheat section, and conveyor speed. We hav

Kester 959 Flux : Clogging filter ?

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 18 11:08:59 EST 2002 | Claudine Y. Corda

Ashok, a few suggestions.......steel/brass fittings anywhere in the flux line can cause that problem; also, check the transfer tank (if used) for cleanliness . There may be a problem with the pump, if you are using Sono-Tek's SonoFlux system then p

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