Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 26 13:44:14 EDT 2008 | cgray
The chain and fingers for our Wave solder is getting a large amount of residue from the flux (high dissolved solids) we are using. Any recommendations for products that can clean polymerized flux.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 26 17:02:10 EDT 2008 | allwave
What brand of flux and wave solder machine are you using? George
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 27 08:00:33 EDT 2008 | cgray
We are using Multicore (MFR 301) from Henkel.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 27 14:07:42 EDT 2008 | cgray
Thanks for your experiences.
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 27 13:11:19 EDT 2008 | dwelch123
We roll ours up, fingers and all, and soak them for about an hour in a solution of water and DOMINATE (heavy duty degreaser) you can order from Grainger. They come out looking brand new every time!
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 27 14:02:46 EDT 2008 | jeffharley
We use a power washer, blow dry, then lightly oil the links with mineral oil. Works great
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 18 16:57:55 EST 2004 | jdengler
I rebuilt 6348A's for about 13 years. Check the contact at the clip locator. It's dirty, broken, or the wire is starting to come out of the crimp. Jerry
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 18 15:07:27 EST 2004 | valuems
Hello Boy this sure brings back memories from the years past. Was a field engineer for universal for about 9 years. Worked almost exclusively on the Rad 1 and Rad 2. The first thing that I would do is remove the sequencer head that fires at the sa
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 18 14:38:59 EST 2004 | EED
There is a couple of things to check. Put the machine in diagnostics and let the chain run. You should see it run the same as you would if purging it. Sometimes the 2 hall effects at the disk do not see the disk as it turns. Check the driver board
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 18 13:44:50 EST 2004 | ehess
I know this is not a SMT machine, but I thought I might find someone on here who could help me. We have an old Universal 6348A Radial lead inserter. The problem we are having is the chain will stop, periodically, before the chain stop status wheel