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soldering thru-hole SAC305 component

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 16 07:26:12 EDT 2007 | davef

You should have no substantial problems soldering this component, but just in case, good luck.

Reflowing a thru-hole part

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 08 20:38:06 EDT 1999 | Barbara

I have a board that has surface mount on both sides . On this board is a 22pin connector which is the only thru-hole part.This part is located on the component side. I would like to reflow this part. Can this be done? If so, how can this be done?

soldering thru-hole SAC305 component

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 15 10:05:41 EDT 2007 | Johnny

Sorry new to this... Question: will I have any problem soldering a resistor network with SAC305 coated leads using a normal leaded wave process besides the normal board thickness issues Thx

soldering thru-hole SAC305 component

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 16 08:01:53 EDT 2007 | ck_the_flip

SAC coated leads on certain components require more dwell time. If you find that you have top-side wetting issues, slow the conveyor down a bit or increase your wave height, or, a combination of the 2.

Re: Reflowing a thru-hole part

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 07:43:19 EDT 1999 | Christopher Cross

I have a board that has surface mount on both sides . On this board is a 22pin connector which is the only thru-hole part.This part is located on the component side. I would like to reflow this part. Can this be done? If so, how can this be done?

Re: Reflowing a thru-hole part

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 10 07:45:59 EDT 1999 | Christopher Cross

I have a board that has surface mount on both sides . On this board is a 22pin connector which is the only thru-hole part.This part is located on the component side. I would like to reflow this part. Can this be done? If so, how can this be done?

Voids in thru-hole solder joints

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 14 10:51:34 EST 2007 | mumtaz

Yes. Baking boards is best. Hitting the hamer on the head!

Voids in thru-hole solder joints

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 14 01:18:20 EST 2007 | reypal

How about your bare pcb handling? do you stuff smd component prior hand soldering? you can try to bake the pcb and then see if this problem still exist.

Voids in thru-hole solder joints

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 13 12:25:12 EST 2007 | gradloff

I have a thick board with ground planes that will be soldered by hand with a mildly active solder/flux. X-ray confirmed that solder was added to the top of the joint causing a void between the bottom and top solder joint. Other than the mildly acti

Voids in thru-hole solder joints

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 13 21:59:42 EST 2007 | davef

This processes has the potential to cause barrel cracking and pad lifting, because the heating is very hot [troop crank-up the volume on their iron when they see thick boards] for a relatively small area on one side of the board. What do we suggest

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